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MINUTES 

of The 

THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

of Txc 

(ftotronitum of Nnrilj GJarnlitta 



HELD IN WHITE-ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH 
DURHAM, N. C. 

OCTOBER 1-5, 1916 



Motto: "Christ in every Home." 



Officers 

Mrs. P. G. Shepard, President Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. T. S. Eaton, Recording Secretary Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. B. H. Brandon, Corresponding Secretary Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Treasurer Oxford, N. C. 



Next session to be held in the First African Baptist Church, 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



t Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Officers of the Convention 

Mrs. P. G. Shepard, President Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Roberta Bunn, First Vice-President Selma, N. C. 

Mrs. C. S. Brown, Second Vice-President Winton, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard, Third Vice-President Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Chanie Smith, Fourth Vice-President Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Rebecca Saunders, Fifth Vice-President Selma, N. C. 

Miss Sarah C. Johnson, Sixth Vice-President Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs- T. S. Eaton, Recording Secretary Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. B. H. Brandon, Corresponding Secretary Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Treasurer Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Georgie M. Bryant, Auditor Kinston, N. C. 

Executive Board 

Mrs. A. L. Wood Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. S. V. Riddick Parmele, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. L. L. Walker Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Virginia King Greenville, N. C. 

Mrs. R. H. Harris 

Mrs. M. M. Teer Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. M. M. Witherspoon Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Daisy O. Keck Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. S. F. Williams James City, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Carter Reidsville, N. G. 

Mrs. Emma Wiggs Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Luvenia Eaton Gorman, N. C. 

Mrs. L. R. Chavis Trinity, N. C. 

Mrs. M. E. Sills Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. R. A. Hollowman Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. Ella C. Pegnes Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Ethel Wyche Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. A. M. Moore Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary R. White Coleraine, N. C. 

Mrs. Mittie Whitis Greensboro, N. C. 

General Missionary for State 

Mrs. S. A. Mial .--Raleigh, N. C 

District Missionaries 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. L. L. Walker Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Mabel Gunn South Greensboro, N. C. 



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Mrs. H. E. Hagans Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. S. V. Riddick Parmele, N. C. 

Mrs. Daisy 0. Keck Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Rachel Hollowman Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. Rebecca Saunders Selma, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Statesville, N. C. 

Mrs. R. H. Harris Laurinburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Mamie Mayes Reidsville, N. C. 

Miss Nettie Green Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. L. J. Houston Lumberton, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Harris Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie C. Robinson Monroe, N. C. 

Mrs. Lengenia Jackson Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. L. R. Chavis Trinity, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Local or County Workers 

Mrs. Caroline Outlaw Coleraine, N. C. 

Mrs. Vinie Edwards Roxboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Zellie Pittman Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Susan Saunders Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Bettds Henrihand Granville County 

Mrs. Mary Howard Granville County 

Mrs. Annie Jenkins Granville County 

Mrs. Allie Wilson Turkey, N. C. 

Mrs. Florence Conner Turkey, N. C. 

Mrs. Josephine Watkins Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mrs. Cora Bancom Garner, N. C. 

Mrs. Tempie Whitted Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Julia Merritt Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Laura Evans Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Viola McMillen Tarboro, N. C. 

Mrs. M. B. Whitney New Berne, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah Crow Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie Wortham Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. Polly S. Rogers Vance County 

Mrs. Eliza Sidbury Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Florence Young Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Bessie Barrett Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. D. S. Saulter High Point, N. C. 

Mrs. Celie Rogers Keyser, N. C. 

Mrs. Eliza Yokley Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. Allie Pearce Concord, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Murray Watha, Pender County 



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Mrs. Eliza Cherry Washington, N. C. 

Mrs. Nannie Cook, Mrs. Fannie Hinton Clayton, N. C. 

Mrs. Georgie Taylor Brown Summitt, N. C. 

Mrs. Virginia Jerkins Burlington, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha Satterfield Gorman, N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie Frederick Mt. Olive, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie Wright Faison, N. C. 

Mrs. Amanda Britt Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Addee Wilkins Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie B. Mason Salisbury, N. C. 

Mrs. Frances Murray Willard, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie Wilson Blanche, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Iredell County 

Mrs. Louisa White Powellsville, N. C. 

Mrs. O. N. Phipher Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Cobb Hillsboro, N. C. 



CONSTITUTION 



ARTICLE I. 



This Convention shall be known as the Women's Baptist 
Home and Foreign Mission State Convention. 

ARTICLE II. 

The object shall be to establish and improve Baptist Home 
Mission Circles in all Baptist Churches and destitute sections of 
the State, to assist in supporting the Orphan Asylums at Oxford 
and Winston-Salem, and to encourage and cooperate with the 
Woman's American Baptist Home Mission Society, especially in 
that department of work known as the Fireside Schools, founded 
by Miss Joanna P. Moore, which aims to awaken interest in the 
study at home of the Bible and other good books and to get the 
whole household to attend both the Sunday school and preaching 
service, and to cooperate with the Missionary and Educational 
Convention of North Carolina in Home and Foreign Missions. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 1. The Convention shall be composed of Home and 
Foreign Mission Circles, Bible Bands, W. I. C. Circles, Sunshine 
Bands and members in good standing in regular Baptist Churches. 

Sec. 2. Any member of good standing in any Baptist Church 
may become an annual member by the payment of one dollar. 

Sec. 3. Any Association or Union composed of 25 Circles 
or more may be represented by the payment of one dollar per Circle. 

Sec. 4. Any money paid into either the general or local Circle 
cannot t -d given back to the one who gave it. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. The officers of the Convention shall be a Presi- 
dent, two or more Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Recording and Cor- 
responding Secretaries, Auditor, and seven or more Managers, 
who shall constitute a Board of Managers. 

Sec. 2. The President shall preside at all meetings of the 
Convention and sign all orders upon the Treasurer. One of the 
Vice-Presidents shall perform the same duties in the absence of the 
President. 

Sec. 3. The Recording Secretary shall keep a faithful record 
of the proceedings of the Convention. She shall prepare the minutes 



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for the press. Her stationery and postage must be furnished by 
the Board of Managers. 

Sec. 4. The Treasurer shall hold all moneys and valuable 
notes belonging to the Convention, and shall pay all orders for 
money signed by the President and Recording Secretary. Her 
books shall be open for inspection by any member of the Board of 
Managers. She shall keep an account of donations, and shall give 
such bond as the Board of Managers shall determine. She shall 
present quarterly reports to the Board and annual reports to 
the Convention. 

Sec. 5. The Corresponding Secretary shall correspond with 
the Secretary of each Circle pertaining to their work, and shall 
report the same to the Convention. 

Sec. 6. The Auditor shall, before each annual meeting of the 
Convention, examine carefully the receipts, disbursements, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and her certificate to the facts in the 
case shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

ARTICLE V. 

Section 1. The Board of Managers shall have full power to 
carry out the objects of the Convention and take a sufficient bond 
of the Treasurer. They shall employ missionaries, appoint their 
field of labor and fix their salaries. They shall prepare a program 
and appoint a speaker for the annual sermon on the objects of the 
Convention. 

Sec. 2. The officers of the Convention shall be the officers of 
the Board of Managers. 

Sec. 3. Seven (7) members of the Board shall constitute a 
quorum. 

Sec. 4. The Board shall make annual report to the Con- 
vention, giving a full account of its transactions during the year. 

Sec. 5. The actual traveling expenses of the Board to and 
from any special meeting shall be taken out of the general fund. 

ARTICLE VI. 

All officers, managers and missionaries of the Convention 
must be members in good standing of regular Baptist Churches. 

ARTICLE VII. 

The funds of the Convention shall be used for general mission- 
ary work. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

This Constitution may be altered or amended by a vote of 
two-thirds of the members present at any annual meeting. 



Mission Convention of North Carolina 



Constitution for Local Societies 

ARTICLE I. 

NAME 

This society shall be called the Women's Missionary Circle 

of the Baptist Church, auxiliary to the 

Woman's Home Mission State Convention. 

ARTICLE II. 

OBJECT 

The object shall be to cultivate a missionary spirit in its 
members, and to aid the cause of missions, home and foreign. 

ARTICLE III. 

OFFICERS 

Its officers shall be the President, Vice-President, Secretary 
and Treasurer, to be elected annually. 

ARTICLE IV. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Any one of good moral character, belonging to the Baptist 
Church, and in good standing, may become a member of this Circle 
by paying a fee of ten cents, and not less than five cents per month 
to the home and local mission work. 

ARTICLE V. 

MEETINGS 

The regular meetings of this Circle shall be held ©nee a 
month; other meetings may be held at the call of the President. 

ARTICLE VI. 

DUTY OF THE TREASURER 

The Treasurer shall send all money designated to foreign and 
Chicago missions and for the Orphan Asylum to the Treasurer of 
the State Convention, Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Oxford, N. C. The 
Treasurer shall hold all money for home work subject to the 
Secretary. 

ARTICLE VII. 

The Secretary shall keep a record and send a report of work 
done and money raised during the year to the Women's Home 
Mission State Convention of North Carolina. 



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Constitution for County Unions 

ARTICLE 1. 

NAME 

This Union shall be known as the Women's Home Mission 

Union of County, auxiliary to the Women's 

Home Mission Convention of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. 

OBJECT 

Its object shall be to bring together the missionary workers 
of all the local missionary societies in the county for general Bible 
study, for spiritual strength, and to organize missionary societies 
in churches where there are none. 

ARTICLE III. 

MEETINGS 

The regular meetings shall be held once every three months 
or oftener, as the conditions may require, or the members may see 
fit, for the general good of the work. 

ARTICLE IV. 

OFFICERS 

The officers shall be a President, who shall be elected as often 
as necessary, to preside over the body; and one General Secretary, 
who shall be elected annually. She must work up an interest in 
the meeting among the local societies by writing to each society in 
the county and sending some little program for the next meeting. 
She shall also take minutes of the meeting, if the sisters think it 
necessary. An offering shall be taken at the close of each meeting 
for foreign missionary work and forwarded to the Treasurer of the 
State Convention at Oxford, N. C. 

The following is a good program for Unions: 

Open with Singing. 

Prayer. 

Bible Reading. 

Singing. 

Testimonials. 

Bible Lesson for One Hour. 

Discussion. 

Bible Lesson. 

General Praise and Testimonials. 

Singing. 



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Collection or Offering. 

Appointment for next Meeting. 

Closing Song with General Handshaking. 

Benediction. 



Names of Delegates and Visitors 

S. F. Williams James City, N. C. 

Hattie Coleman Virgilina, Va. 

Fannie Faison Hester Oxford, N. C. 



Sarah V. Riddick Parmele 



Lucy A. Moore Cluster Springs, Va. 



A. M. Bell Windsor 

Esther E. Hughes Winston 

Frances A. Murray Willard 

Frankie Henderson Henderson 

Lucy A. Malone Henderson 

Polly S. Rogers Henderson 

Virginia King Greenville 

Josephine Watkins Wake Forest 

Roberta Bunn Selma 

Emma Murray Watha 

Charlotte L. Webb Roxboro 

Susan Patton Henderson 

Cora Pope Lumberton 

Mollie Merritt Middlesex 

Nannie Thom Henderson 

M. D. Robins Wilson 

Caroline Outlaw Coleraine 

L. Rosella Poindexter Winston 

L. L. Walker Charlotte 

Mary W. Stewart Winston 

Ida Richards Fremont 

Laura Sims Fremont 

Bettie Parrish Rougemont 

Senta Johnson Kittrell 

Lucy Matthews Kernersville 

Luvenia Eaton Gorman 

Mamie L. Mayes Reidsville 

Carrie Reeves Washington 

Marina Conney Washington 

Rosa M. Morris Charlotte 

Ida McNeill Lumberton 

Isabelle Moseley Lumberton 

Roberta Allen Gillburg 



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M. E. Wall Madison, N. C. 

Delilah Pritchett Reidsville, N. C. 

Leah Howard Garner, N. C. 

Emma Wiggs Goldsboro, N. C. 

Matta Galloway Greensboro, N. C. 

Neshady Williams Wakefield, N. C. 

Lavey Williams Wakefield, N. C. 

Ella Bowens Zebulon, N. C. 

Martha H. Brooks New Bern, N. C. 

Millie Ezell Concord, N. C. 

Myrtle Lyon Northside, N. C. 

Emily Foster Henderson, N. C. 

Cornelia Lewter Aulander, N. C. 

Martha Gill Henderson, N. C. 

Blanche Ringer Wakefield, N. C. 

Fannie E. Benton Hillsboro, N. C. 

Ollie Watford Coleraine, N. C. 

Alice Gray Winston, N. C. 

Eliza Yokley Winston, N. C. 

Roberta Johnson Lumberton, N. C. 

Pattie Sessoms Raleigh, N. C. 

Martha Peace Roxboro, N. C. 

Mollie L. Peace Oxford, N. C. 

Tena Solomon Smithfield, N. C. 

Annie Jones Oxford, N. C. 

Alian Melton Smithfield, N. C. 

Mary Smith Smithfield, N. C. 

Maggie B. Thorpe Henderson, N. C. 

Martha Gill Henderson, N. C. 

Pantha Mason Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Carrie E. Jones Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mary E. Cromartie Clarkton, N. C. 

Annie N. Gay Aulander, N. C. 

Mary R. White Coleraine, N. C. 

M. J. Smith Kinston, N. C. 

Ida Chatman Washington, N. C. 

Almira Franks Kinston, N. C 

L. A. Lassiter Virgilina, Va. 

Alice Hopkins Wakefield, N. C 

Nannie Smith Virgilina, Va. 

Millie J. Harrell Powellsville, N. C 

Louisa White Powellsville, N. C. 

Minerva Teer Winston, N. C. 

Hattie E. Sessoms Powellsville, N. C. 



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Ida Thoop Mill Creek 

I. B. Smith Roxboro 

Candas Bass Stem 

Viola Tonkins Selma 

Bertha Mangum . Creedmoor 

P. A. WOODARD Rockingham 

Lillian Smith Greensboro 

Mary E. Williams Dabney 

B. B. Hanrihand Virgilii 

Dora Hopkins Stem 

Sallie Hopkins 

Daisy E. Keck Greensboro 

Madeline E. Keck Greensboro 

Dollie Foster Henderson 

Pheodes Dunn Zebulon 

Roda Harris Stem 

Addie Knox Greenville 

Olive W. Wyche Henderson 

Fannie B. Royster Oxford 

Roxu: Cornigee Roxboro 

Malissa Williamson Raleigh 

Bessie E. Barrett Raleigh 

Ida Glenn Statesville 

M. K. Eldridge Charlotte 

Ethel J. Wyche Charlotte 

Isadora Richardson Wakefield 

Armittie L. Davis Goldsboro 

O. N. Phifer Charlotte 

Mary E. White Coleraine 

Cardelia Morris Coleraine 

Mollie Outlaw Coleraine 

Lucy A. Canada Bahama 

D. Rhodes Bahama 

A. L. Wood Greensboro 

Nora Morgan Pilot 

L. R. Chavis Trinity 

Bettd3 Sue Gibbs Greensboro 

Lethia Jones Gorman 

Vinie Deanes Durham 

Frances Moore Goldsboro 

Emma Cobbs Faison 

Estelle Holden Wilson 

Isabelle Holden Wilson 

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Amanda Beitt Goldsboro, N. C. 

Ora Bryant Goldsboro, N. C. 

Lucinda Bakber Goldsboro, N. C. 

Alice Jones Durham, N. C. 

Nellie Robinson Kittrell, N. C. 

Emma E. Watford Coleraine, N. C. 

Ida J. Farley Roxboro, N< C. 

Tiney Wilson Roxboro, N. C. 

Freddie Johnson Roxboro, N. C. 

Sarah Henderson Greystone, N. C. 

Mary E. Howard Kittrell, N. C. 

Amanda Rudd West Durham, N. C. 

Maggie L. Hall Wendell, N. C. 

Lucy Morgan Wendell, N. C. 

M. L. Campbell Norfolk, Va. 

Viola McMillan Tarboro, N. C. 

Frances C. Holman Stem, N. C. 

Annie C. Robinson Monroe, N. C. 

Mary Ziley Monroe, N. C. 

Minnie J. Holley Coleraine, N. C. 

Lucy Thompson Winston, N. C. 

Annie L. Carter Reidsville, N. C. 

Martha Satterfield Rougemont, N. C. 

Elizabeth Venters Washington, N. C. 

Martha C. Vaughn Potecasi, N. C. 

Mary Bunch Lewiston, N. C. 

Emmia Lewis Oxford, N. C. 

Hattte Manning Middlesex, N. C. 

Nancy Fort Middlesex, N. C. 

Della Vick Zebulon, N. C. 

Ellen Todd Zebulon, N. C. 

Lula Jones Greensboro, N. C. 

Mary Jeffers Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

Sarah Roberts Rougemont, N. C. 

Laura Simms Fremont, N. C. 

Maria Whitted Hillsboro, N. C. 

Alice Brown Raleigh, N. C. 

Jennds Chambers Stem, N. C. 

Caroline Haskins Stem, N. C. 

R. B. Brown Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

Lucy Goode Durham, N. C. 

Laura Anderson Raleigh, N. C. 

S. J. Whitted Goldsboro, N. C. 

Millie A. Henry Raleigh, N. C. 



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Martha Galloway Greensboro, N. C. 

Hannah Day Rougemont, N. C. 

Sarah Hagans Goldsboro, N. C. 

Cora Maben Durham,, N. C. 

Mary L. Jones Clayton, N. C. 

Cornelia Oldem Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Alice Gray Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Lucy A. White Coleraine, N. C. 

Rebecca Jones Hillsboro, N. C. 

Sallie G. Lee Hillsboro, N. C. 

Minnie L. Jones Oxford, N. C. 

Corina Day Durham, N. C. 

Flora O'Neil Clayton, N. C. 

Sarah Crow Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Sallie Lee Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Dora A. Crow Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mary Massie Chapel Hill, N. C. 

L. A. Graves 

Maggie Strayhorn Mebane, N. C. 

Fannie Samuels Mebane, N. C. 

Annie Slade Greensboro, N. C. 

Addie Fitzgerald Greensboro, N. C. 

Princess Fitzgerald Greensboro, N. C. 

Mary A. White Washington, N. C. 

Mary Forman Washington, N. C. 

M. M. Witherspoon Raleigh, N. C. 

Ella C. Pegnes Raleigh, N. C. 

Ellen Trice Northside, N. C. 

Annd3 Noble Washington, N. C. 

Ella Staton Greensboro, N. C. 

Emma Baldin West Durham, N. C. 

Maggie M. Lee Lewiston, N. C. 

Atha Barnhill Greenville, N. C. 

Naxy Emett Greenville, N. C. 

Eliza Hamlett Henderson, N. C. 

Nellie Lockett Oxford, N. C. 

Ruth Greene Durham, N. C. 

Mary E. Jones Roxboro, N. C. 

Patience Crudup Kittrell, N. C. 

Bertha Vines Greenville, N. C. 

Emma Harris Oxford, N. C. 

Leanner Byers Roxboro, N. C. 

Celia J. Brewer Coleraine, N. C. 

Mary J. Erwin Greensboro, N. C. 



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Sarah Peace Roxboro, N.. C. 

Annie J. Rogers Durham, N. C. 

Corinna Bullock Roxboro, N. C. 

Ludie Edwards Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Frankie Love Greystone, N. C. 

Martha Donnell West Durham, N. C. 

Fannie Smith Mebane, N. C. 

Cora Person Oxford, N. C. 

Laura Person Oxford, N. C. 

Roxanna Hart Oxford, N. C. 

Louise Meaden Oxford, N. C. 

Annie Allen Oxford, N. C. 

Sennie McIver Oxford, N. C. 

Jennie Gregory : Oxford, N. C. 

A. R. Jenkins Oxford, N. C. 

Laura Taylor Oxford, N. C. 

Addie Knox Greenville, N. C. 

Delpha Wooten Greenville, N. C. 

A. M. Belle Winston, N. C. 

Mary Lassiter Durham, N. C. 

Annie Edwards Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Eular B. Eaton Oxford, N. C. 

Mary Paylor Mebane, N. C. 

Adelaide Paylor Mebane, N. C. 

Leatha Moore Roxboro, N. C. 

Martha Donnell Durham, N. C. 

Bettie Carpenter Zebulon, N. C. 

Viola Powell Fairmount, N. C 

Ida Richards Fremont, N. C 

Esther E. Hughes Winston, N. C 

Bettie Mayes Oxford, N. C 

Florence Burnett Nashville, Tenn. 

Mary Smith __Selma, N. C 

A. L. Ransom Oxford, N. C. 

Lillie Williams Oxford, N. C. 

Mary Swift 

Rebecca Andrews : 

Carrie Sanders Selma, N. C. 

Nancy Hawkins 

Georgianna Fords 

E. M. Royster Virgilina, Va. 

Lue Heggds Stovall, N. C 

Lucy C. Avery Gastonia, N. C 

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Mattie Edwards Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Lizzie Houston Lumberton, N. C. 

S. A. Mial Raleigh, N. C. 

Zellie Pittman Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Maggie Smith Durham, N. C. 

Fannie Wright Faison, N. C. 

Carrie Hilliard Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Pattie Short Hester, N. C. 

MA.GGD3 M. Lee Lewiston, N.C. 

Maggie Perry Powellsville, N. C. 

Annie Venters Washington, N. C. 

Sclenera Jonson Readmont, N. C. 

Rebecca Thompson Durham, N. C. 

Mary F. Chamblee Coleraine, N. C. 

Maud G. Downing Cofield, N. C. 

Lizzie Owen „ Durham, N. C. 

Maggie Younger Durham, N. C. 

Mary Gakling 

Emma L. Clark Kinston, N. C. 

Bertha Weaver Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Sarah Roberts Rougemont, N. C. 

Mena Allen Oak Grove, N. C. 

Hattie E. Shepard Durham, N. C. 

Rosa Evans Mebane, N. C. 

Nancy Tinnis Mebane, N. C. 

Venice McCain Fremont, N. C. 

Martha A. Sledge Zebulon, N. C. 

Louise B. Wyche Henderson, N. C. 

L. A. Graves __Greensboro, N. C. 

Rosa Flemming Roseville, N. C. 

Lonnee Margon Zebulon, N. C. 

Minnhc E. Brewer Powellsville, N. C. 

Sadd3 R. Sessoms Powellsville, N. C. 

L. E. Harris Greensboro, N. C. 

Lena Lloyd Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Cora Maben West Durham, N. C. 

Annie Dunnigan Durham, N. C. 

G. M. Bryant Kinston, N. C. 

Diana M. Wall Selma, N. C. 

Rebecca Saunders Selma, N. C. 

Eliza Richardson Selma, N. C. 



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NAMES OF COMMITTEES 

Finance Committee : Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Mrs. M. M. Wither- 
spoon, Mrs. L. C. Avery, Mrs. Sarah V. Riddick. 

Committee on Resolutions: Mrs. A. W. Pegnes, Mrs. Cora 
Pope, Mrs. Ruth Green, Mrs. Eldridge, Mrs. Martha Brooks, Mrs. 
Mary Smith, Mrs. Mollie Merritt, Mrs. Fannie Hester. 

On President's Address: Dr. A. M. Moore, Mrs. A. W. Pegnes, 
Mrs. Viola McMillan. 

On Obituary: Mrs. Mary E. Sills, Mrs. Eliza Hamlet, Mrs. 
Jennie Gregory, Mrs. Ella Atkins, Mrs. Bantha Mason, Mrs. Addie 
Knox, Mrs. Sallie McKeiver, Mrs. Barnhill, Mrs. Lou Hall, Mrs. 
Rosa Morris, Mrs. Gracy Parker, Mrs. Bettie Gibbs, Mrs. Nannie 
Thorn. 

On Time and Place: Mrs. L. R. Chavis, Mrs. Zellie Pittman, 
Mrs. Ada C. Glenn, Mrs. Josephine Watkins, Mrs. R. H. Harris, 
Mrs. Fannie Royster, Mrs. Lucretia Graves, Mrs. Isabelle Holt, 
Mrs. Emma Wiggs, Mrs. Isabelle Moseley. 

On Temperance: Mrs. A. R. Jenkins, Mrs. Nellie Roberson, 
Mrs. Virginia King, Mrs. B. B. Hanrihand, Mrs. Scynthia John- 
son, Mrs. Bessie Barrett, Mrs. Janette Alford, Mrs. Levister, Mrs. 
Bertha Vines, Mrs. A. A. Melton, Mrs. Mollie Peace, Mrs. Emma 
Cobb, Mrs. F. V. Connor, Mrs. W. T. Johnson. 

On Ways and Means for Raising Money: Mrs. Sallie Mial, 
Mrs. Viola McMillan, Mrs. D. M. Wall, Mrs. E. J. Wyche, Mrs. 
Bettie Weeks, Mrs. L. L. Walker, Mrs. Roberta Bunn, Mrs. 
Riddick, Mrs. M. Teer, Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Mrs. L. C. Avery. 

On Annual Members: Mrs. Mattie Eldridge, Mrs. Mamie 
Mayes, Mrs. Virginia King. 

Committee on Courtesies: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Maggie Smith, 
Miss Mattie Moore. 

On Officers: Mrs. Lizzie Houston, Mrs. Fannie Wright, Mrs. 
Rebecca Saunders, Mrs. Mary Howard, Mrs. Caroline Outlaw, Mrs. 
Carrie N. Parham, Mrs. Emma Harris, Mrs. Tempie Whitted, Mrs. 
Addie L. Wood, Mrs. Lucy Thompson, (Chairman). 



PROCEEDINGS 

The thirty-third annual session of the Women's 
Baptist Home and Foreign Mission Convention of North 
Carolina, met with the White Rock Baptist Church, 
Durham, North Carolina, October 5, 1916. 

The meeting was opened with praise services, led 
by Sisters Silvia Williams, Emma Wiggs, and Mary 
Stewart. After Scripture reading and prayer, many 
beautiful testimonies were given, all praising the Lord 
for having kept them and brought them together once 
more. At 10:30 the President called the Convention 
down to real work. The program was adopted and the 
work proper begun. 

Mrs. H. E. Shepard welcomed the Convention on 
the part of the Missionary Circle. The address on the 
part of the Church was made by the Pastor, Dr. Brawley, 
and Mrs. M. E. Cannady on the part of the city. When 
they were through speaking, the whole Convention felt 
welcome. 

The response was made by Mrs. Zellie Pittman,.of 
Rocky Mount. 

While the names of the delegates were being en- 
rolled, Dr. Bailey, of the Methodist Church, gave words 
of welcome also, and offered to serve the Sisters in any 
way he could. The President introduced Dr. Stokes, of 
Richmond, Va., and editor of The Lott Carey Herald. 
Dr. Stokes said he had found the secret of the success 
of the Convention. He thought it the most spiritual 
meeting he had ever attended. 

Mrs. Moore, of the Old Folks' Home, of Goldsboro, 
brought greetings from the Home and wished it much 
success. Miss Belle Garner brought greetings from the 
Missionary Union of Warren County, and Mrs. Ada 
Glenn from the Women's Auxiliary of the Rowan Baptist 
Association, also Mrs. Chavis of the Western Missionary 
Convention. Rev. Dr. Avery was also present, and 
pledged himself to use his influence to bring the women 
of the State together. 

Dr. Spiller felt led of the spirit to make some re- 
marks in reference to our President, and said he felt 
she should be on the field, and work under the auspices 
of the Convention. Many of the women made beautiful 
talks, in commendation of the remarks made by Dr. 
Spiller, and all felt it would be just the thing to do. On 

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motion a committee was appointed to consider the mat- 
ter and bring in recommendations regarding the same. 
Mrs. Johnson, of Richmond, and Mrs. Randolph, of 
Washington, were then introduced. Each responded 
with very appropriate remarks. 
Dismission by Dr. Spiller. 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON 2:30 

The praise service was conducted by Sister Emma 
Murray and two other Sisters. The 66th Psalm was 
read, and the Sisters spoke as the Spirit led them. 
Many helpful expressions were made. 

Dr. Meserve, of Shaw University, being present, 
he was asked to speak to the Convention. In his usual 
happy mood he told how he had learned to esteem the 
Convention very highly, and commended the women for 
the great work they were doing. He made mention of 
the present-day dress of our young people, and the need 
of more carefulness with our girls and boys. He gave 
a few hints as to the needs of "Shaw" and left the matter 
with the Convention. 

Miss Murray, of the same Institution, was intro- 
duced. She spoke especially of the girls who attend 
school, and urged the Sisters to be careful as to their 
dress when preparing them for school. 

"Blessed Assurance" was sung. Dr. N. F. Roberts, 
who is always interested in the Women's Convention, 
spoke briefly, and said God saved us that we might save 
others. He plead especially for the theological depart- 
ment of "Shaw," and asked for the prayers and encour- 
agement of the women in this line of work. Dr. A. M. 
Moore said he was intensely interested in the work at 
"Shaw" and hoped the women of the Convention would 
take some steps to help in this great work of preparing 
young women for future work. A committee was ap- 
pointed to bring in some recommendations to the body 
for action. 

The subject, "Unity the Basis of Christian 
Service," was discussed by Mrs. Jenkins. In the absence 
of Mrs. Mebane, who was to follow Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. 
A. A. Wyche, of Charlotte, made timely remarks. 

The President made some announcements and the 
session adjourned with benediction by Dr. Spiller. 



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THURSDAY NIGHT SESSION 

Praise service conducted by Sisters Emma Harris 
and Alice Gray. 

The Scripture lesson was read and beautifully ex- 
plained. Testimonies followed. Mrs. Follet introduced 
Mrs. McDuffie, a returned missionary. Mrs. McDuffie 
gave a short, but feeling and vivid, talk of her work and 
experiences on the Dark Continent, and plead earnestly 
with the women to do more for the great work which is 
so dear to our hearts. 

The Conventon united in singing, "Go Preach My 
Gospel, Saith The Lord." 

The President was then introduced by Mrs. Bunn 
to deliver her annual message to the Convention. The 
subject, "Preparedness for Christian Service," was well 
treated, and listened to with rapt attention. 

First. Service in the home. 

Second. Service in the community, or social 
service. 

Third. Christian service, the highest calling of all. 

The following recommendations were made: That 
the Circles in their meetings pray for special people, 
calling them by name and places, and, most of all, pray 
that the Holy Spirit may lead and guide in all things. 
On motion the address was referred to a committee. 

Rev. M. C. Ransom was then introduced to preach 
the annual Home Mission sermon. He read as a text 
Phil. 6, and spoke from the words, "For me to live is 
Christ." He spoke especially of our lives in our homes. 
These are some of his remarks : We are not fit to pray 
with our children until we get right with God. We are 
no better Christians at Church than we are at home. 
The best way to do missionary work is to begin in our 
own hearts. We haven't any better members in our 
Churches than we have Christians in our homes. Be 
faithful in your homes, Jesus is worth living with. 

"Jesus Is All the World to Me," was sung. Mrs. 
Poindexter was then introduced and spoke of the Orphan 
Home in Winston. She brought greetings from the 
Home, and told of some of their experiences and needs, 
thanked the people for what they had done, and asked 
their continued prayer and help. 

Mrs. Ransom brought greetings from the Home in 
Oxford and made some further remarks concerning 
them. 



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The President made a short talk on giving, and 
God's way of giving. After the collection the congrega- 
tion was dismissed by Dr. Brawley. 

FRIDAY MORNING SESSION 

Praise service was conducted by Sisters Annie 
Wortham, Mary R. White and Donnell. Sister Wortham 
read the eighth chapter of Romans. A wonderful meet- 
ing followed. The spirit fell in copious showers. A 
short talk was made by Miss Florence Burnett. Mrs. 
J. H. Randolph, President of the Women's Auxiliary of 
the Lott Carey Convention, was asked to speak. She 
made a very interesting talk giving many facts concern- 
the Foreign Mission work, and urged the women to do a 
great deal more. She spoke of the proposed work in 
Hayti. Her talk was much enjoyed. Mrs. Dr. Johnson, 
of Richmond, then came before the Convention and, in 
her very pleasing way, spoke encouragingly of the Wom- 
en's work in North Carolina, at the same time giving 
some information as to a similar work in Virginia, of 
which she is President. Mrs. T. S. Eaton responded to 
the very excellent talks made by Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. 
Johnson. A vote of thanks was extended the ladies for 
their timely remarks. The Corresponding Secretary 
made her annual report, which was one of the best in 
the history of the Convention. On motion the report 
was adopted. From the report it was clearly seen that 
we should try to raise more money for Missionary pur- 
poses. Mrs. Weeks said we could raise more money if 
we would only leave off some of the things which are not 
only not helpful, but injurious to the system. She 
spoke especially of chewing gum, and the great amount 
of money wasted on this worthless article. Many Sisters 
gave vent to their feelings along this line in very appro- 
priate words. 

The Treasurer made her report. Report adopted. 

Dr. J. E. Shepard, of the National Training School, 
was asked to say a word. He in his own way spoke 
words of welcome, first to the Church and town, then to 
the School, and asked the Sisters to remember them in 
their prayers. Dr. Spiller spoke of the School as being 
a product of prayer, telling how he and others had united 
in prayer for the success of the work. 

Rev. Dr. Vincent added his testimony also, and then 
spoke of the "Searchlight." Rev. Dr. Askew, Rev. 



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W. A. Jones, Rev. Lyons, and Rev. D. J. Saulter, 
were all introduced, and gave helpful words. 
Benediction by Rev. Saulter. 

FRIDAY EVENING SESSION 

The first part of the evening was spent with the 
W. I. C. programme. Then Dr. Spiller came forward to 
preach the annual Foreign Mission sermon. The Con- 
vention united in singing, "Go Preach My Gospel." 
Prayer was offered by Dr. Stokes. "Over the Ocean 
Wave" was sung. Isaiah, 62d chapter, first verse, was 
read as a text. "For Zion's sake I will not hold my peace, 
and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, until righteous- 
ness shall go forth as brightness and as a lamp." He 
spoke first of Zion's future prosperity. Among other 
things he said: The Church requires attention and ex- 
tended glory. Satan is still the prince of this world. 
Let not our eyes stop in civilized America. Woe to them 
that are at ease in Zion. If there is nothing else we can 
do, we can let our lights so shine that men may see our 
good works and glorify our Father which is in Heaven. 
The Sunday school teachers should have the pictures of 
our missionaries on the walls of their Sunday school 
rooms. Parents should train their children to have a 
missionary spirit in the homes. 

The sermon was full of helpful instruction. 

"Lord Jesus, I Will Follow Thee" was sung, and a 
collection was taken for Foreign Missions. 

Dr. Eldridge, of Charlotte, came before the Conven- 
tion in interest of the Reformatory for colored youths of 
North Carolina, and begged the interest and prayers of 
the Convention for this much-needed Institution. 

Benediction by Dr. Stokes. 

SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 

Praise service conducted by Sisters Bennett and 
Keck. The praise service was as usual helpful and in- 
spiring. Mrs Randolph and Mrs. Johnson made fare- 
well talks to the Convention. Mrs. Johnson very touch- 
ingly led in singing, "God Be With You, Till We Meet 
Again." 

Mr. C. C. Spaulding gave words of encouragement. 
Report on the Committee on Temperance was read. Very 
timely remarks were made by Mrs. Scott and others. 



22 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

The report was then adopted. The minutes of all 
previous sessions were read and adopted. 

The Committee on Time and Place reported. Report 
adopted. 

Report of Committee on Resolutions was read and 
adopted. 

The Convention at this point opened the memorial 
exercises by singing, "Nearer My God To Thee." The 
report of the Obituary Committee was read by Mrs. Sills. 
Many expressions of love and tenderness were made by 
the friends of those who have passed to the great beyond 
during the past year. Mrs. R. H. Harris led in prayer. 
The President stated that we could honor those gone be- 
fore us by fostering the cause in which their lives were 
spent. 

The report of the Committee on Officers was read 
and adopted. 

The report of the Committee on Resolutions respect- 
ing a field missionary was read and adopted. 

The report of the Committee on President's Address 
was read and adopted. 

The local and district missionaries made verbal 
reports of work on the field. Mesdames Ada Gleun. 
Fannie Jones, M. A. Satterfield, Emma Murray, Frances 
A. Murray and Fannie Wright and Mrs. E. C. Pegnes 
spoke of individual work done by Mrs. Henry. Mrs. Mary 
Stewart for the Winston-Salem Union made a glowing 
report. Mrs. J. A. Levister for Raleigh City Union. 
Mrs. Henrihand for West Granville Union. Others who 
spoke were Mrs. Maud Downing, Mrs. L. L. Walker, 
Mrs. D. M. Wall, Mrs. Mary W. Bunch, Mrs. L. R. Chavis, 
Mrs. Polly S. Rogers and Mrs. Lucinda Weston. 

The reports were all gladly listened to, being quite 
interesting. The Convention then adjourned to go out 
to the Training School, where an impressive service was 
held and a collection given for the School. 

SATURDAY EVENING SESSION 

Praise service conducted by Sisters Josephine 
Watkins and Camelia Lewter. Fourth chapter of First 
Peter was read. Testimonies followed. The reports of 
missionaries was continued. Those responding were: 
Mesdames Venus McEachin, L. J. Houston, A. R. Jenkins, 
Camelia Lewter, A. L. Ransom, S. F. Williams, Virginia 



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King, Amanda Britt, Emma Wiggs, L. A. Groves, Mrs. 
Robinson and Miss Shadd, of Monroe. 

Mrs. Mayes reported $3.00 for annual membership 
fees. 

The report of the Finance Committee was read and 
adopted. 

A committee was appointed to visit the different 
Churches on Sunday morning in interest of the Conven- 
tion, namely, St. Joseph's Church, Mrs. Mary Sills; 
Mt. Vernon Church, Mrs. Fannie Wright; St John's 
Church, Mrs. Zellie Pittman; North Durham Baptist 
Church, Mrs. Lizzie Houston ; Presbyterian Church, Mrs. 
A. R. Jenkins; Mt. Gilead Church, Mrs. Mamie Mayes; 
West Durham Baptist Church, Mrs. Lucy C. Avery; 
Pine Street Church, Mrs. Maggie Hall; Holiness Taber- 
nacle, Mrs. Emma Harris. 

SUNDAY MORNING SESSION 

The quiet hour was entered into with quietness and 
solemnity. With bowed heads the Bible Band prayer 
was repeated. Very softly and sweetly the Convention 
sang, "Am I a Soldier of the Cross ?" Prayer was offered 
by Sister Mial. "Jesus My All, To Heaven is Gone'' 
was sung. The 11th chapter of St. Mark was read by 
Dr. James E. Shepard. Dr. Brawley announced his text, 
Mark 16:7. "But go your way, tell His disciples and 
Peter, that he goeth before you into Galilee : There shall 
ye see Him, as He said unto you." Subject, "Woman's 
Place in the World's Evangelism." Among other things 
the pastor said : Woman's devotion shows itself. These 
women loved the Lord. They were not afraid to go to 
the grave because they loved the Lord. Angels are men, 
net women. He, the angel, spoke to the women, and 
sent them to tell the Gospel story. They were the first 
ones sent. The women do three times as much work as 
men in the Church, and are three times in number. Is 
the average man as pious as the average woman? Man 
constantly fought the Lord, but woman never. It was 
not the lowly only, but the high and low. Luke 8 : 1, 3. 
The women went with Jesus to pay the bills, to provide 
for Him with their substance. Philip's four daughters 
never worried, but preached the Gospel. Priscilla taught 
Appollus to preach the word more perfectly. Phcebe 
was a deaconess, and taught. What is the right object 
in living? The big thing you live for is service. You 



24 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

may be happy or may not, it is not your business. Paul 
had a hard time because he served his Lord. Serve well, 
whether happy or not. The baptism of the Holy Spirit 

is very much misunderstood. The baptism of the 
Spirit is not to make unhappy, Luke 24 :46 ; gives power, 
Acts 1:8; power for service. Unless we return to God's 
method of saving people the whole business is going to 
hell. Jesus Christ meant that His people should be soul 
savers, Matt. 28 : 19, 20. Every believer is a soul saver. 
You have in your hand the key to the evangelization of 
the world. Study your Bibles, you need some one to 
teach you. Get your pastor to teach you. If he can't, 
get your deacons to teach you. If they can't, do the best 
you can. 

The serman was soul stirring and well taken. 

"My Soul Wants Something That's New" was sung. 
The President thanked God for the message. Sister Mial 
and others expressed themselves as being sure God had 
sent the message. The pastor then asked the congrega- 
tion to present their bodies as a living sacrifice to God 
in silent prayer. He said, "Money represents a part of the 
body, since the body has been worn out to get the money." 
While everything was quiet the collection was dropped 
into the baskets. A more impressive service the Con- 
vention has not seen in its history. 

Benediction by Dr. Brawley. 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

Mrs McMillian held the audience spell-bound, while 
she talked to the great gathering of women on subjects 
peculiar to women and girls, while Mrs. Mial and Miss 
Burnett held a meeting with the children in another part 
of the building. The services were well attended and 
impressive. 

SUNDAY NIGHT SESSION 

Praise service was conducted as usual. Many who 
came for the Sabbath service added their testimonies. 

The choir sang a soul-stirring hymn. Mrs. 
McDuffie, a returned missionary from Africa, was intro- 
duced. She read the Scriptures and impressed the 
hearers with the wonderful power of God that is able to 
save to the uttermost. She related many incidents 
bearing on the subject of Foreign Missions. Another 



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lady who accompanied Mrs. McDuffie made a strong plea 
for volunteers for the Foreign Field. The President 
followed with another plea. Mr. C. C. Spaulding 
pledged $50 for the Foreign Mission cause. Dr. A. M. 
Moore offered a scholarship for any young man or wo- 
man who would offer themselves for the Foreign Field. 
A man and four young women offered themselves for 
Foreign work. Dr. Spiller offered a fervent prayer of 
Thanksgiving for the offering of money and for the 
persons who offered themselves. 

The people of Durham were full in their praise of 
the Convention. 

A resolution of thanks was read and adopted by 
the Convention. 

The installation prayer for officers was offered by 
Dr. E. M. Brawley. "God Be With You Till We Meet 
Again" was sung, and the Convention was dismissed to 
meet in Goldsboro in 1917, first Thursday in October. 
Benediction by Dr. E. M. Brawley. 

Mrs. P. G. Shepard, 

President. 
Mrs. T. S. Eaton, 

Recording Secretary. 



Report of the Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. B. H, 

Brandon, Women's Home and Foreign Mission 

Convention, North Carolina, Submitted 

October, 1916, White Rock Baptist 

Church, Durham, N. C. 

Through the providence of God we are brought to- 
gether again in our annual session. We do not bring a 
glowing report to you, because, as all of us know, this has 
been a year of struggle in more ways than one, but es- 
pecially along financial lines. 

Every victory achieved either through organization 
or through prayer has been sharply contested; while it 
has not been easy, yet it has been glorious. 

The year has been laden with happenings wonderful 
and peculiar — the most disconcerting is that the workers 
have been unavoidably separated. Heretofore the one 
has relied upon the other, but now we have to rely 
absolutely upon God to succeed or rely upon one's self 
and fail. 



26 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

One of the most wonderful happenings is that we 
have sufficient life to still move and have our being in 
the mission work in spite of the many, very many draw- 
backs. 

After all, we can but say, "It is the providence of 
God ; for all things work together for good to those who 
love the Lord." 

the home field 

In thinking of the home field we are somewhat filled 
with sadness, a sadness, however, enveloped with grate- 
fulness for what has been done. But when we see the 
many neglected corners of our dear old "North State" 
and so few workers our hearts go out for these neglected 
parts. Sister Mial is doing what she can, but that is 
not enough. If we had a score or more women doing 
just what she is doing this would be a number far too 
small. Shall we sit still and wait for remuneration, or 
shall we rise up and do the work for the sake of Christ? 
The call does not come only from our immediate neigh- 
bors, but also from the Haitians through our representa- 
tives, Drs. C. S. Brown and A. M. Moore. 

These brethren have investigated in person the field 
and bring the information to us that surely the Africans 
cannot be in a worse condition than the Haitians 
religiously. Enlightened Haiti is Romanized; the 
Roman Catholic Church is the State Church. Dr. Brown 
says the "upper class" — ten thousand in number — are 
intelligent, proud and clever, while the lower class — two 
million or more — are ignorant, poor and superstitious. 
In fact, the one thing needful is Christ in the life of the 
Haitians. 

In view of this call, shall we not organize more 
strongly, not only the home field, but also reach out and 
get hold of the mothers and sisters of this gloomy and 
neglected island? We hope to see the day when we will 
do real missionary work; when we will give ourselves 
unreservedly to the work, and let the first great object 
be the salvation of souls. Were I allowed to have a sub- 
ject for this report I would state it thus: "Love for 
Humanity" — not love for creed, race, sex or a favored 
few; but for humanity the world over. Our dear Sister 
Moore, who has just passed on to Heaven before us, was 
a living example of what God can and will do through 
one filled with love for humanity. Her chief thought 



Mission Contention of North Carolina 27 

was the salvation of souls, both or. the home field and 
the whole wide world. She not only lived for humanity, 
but preached for the good of humanity. It may he said 
of Mother Joanna Moore, as was said of Jains' 
daughter: "She is not dead, but sleep eth;" for all of the 
work which she planted under God tells us that she still 
lives. 

OEPHANAGZS 

Our two homes for the fatherless and motherless 
children here in our own State were surely planted by 
God. Every good gift cometh from Him. It is our 
duty to support them by our prayers, means and words. 
Both of them are inadequate for the accommodation of 
the hundreds of homeless children of our race. The Homes 
in Oxford and in Winston are greatly in need of equip- 
ments and funds. We state this that you may see the 
needs of these institutions ; for. after all. are vre not in 
part responsible for every homeless orphan in the State? 
Are we using our influence to help these institutions, or 
are vre hindering their work? The orphans must and 
shall be helped b; the missionary women of North Caro- 
lina. This Convention has been loyal to the work from 
its organization and since the time calls for better 
equipment so as to cope with the progressive age. shall 
we not put forth greater efforts and reinforce the good 
work already being ci>jr^ by the leaders of these institu- 
tions T ~ho are doing such magnanimous work in training 
the girls and boys for life* 






FOREIGN VIS SIGN WORK 

We come with the same glad ridings from the 
foreign field. The work under Rev. Thomas and our 
"Cora"' is progressing nicely. While we have not been 
in correspondence with them during the year, yet 
through Dr. Alexander we have been able to hear very 
satisfactory news from them. As a convention, de we 
feel that we are doing enough for Africa, because vre 
have been able to keep our missionary on the feld for 
these years? 

We should be ready to send one from this Conven- 
tion either to Africa or Haiti and place another upon 
the home field. We must not get to the plate where we 
can fold our arms and rest upon cur cars in our mis- 
sionary endeavors. Let us think more of economizing 



28 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

along many lines in order to increase our gifts for the 
saving of the world. This brings to mind an article pub- 
lished in The Lott Carey Herald quoting a strong 
evangelist who said that we call ourselves a Christian 
nation and spend $22,000,000 for chewing gum and con- 
gratulate ourselves because we spend $12,000,000 for 
Foreign Mission. The combined salary of the ministers 
is a^out $18,000,000, yet we boast of $250,000,000 a year 
for Home Missions when we spend $200,000,000 a year 
for intoxicating liquors. These figures may be exagger- 
ated, but take them conservatively and compare them 
with what is being done and you will conclude that we 
can do far more for the great cause. 

The object of each Circle is spiritual growth. How 
do we grow spiritually? The undisputed answer is by 
feeding on the word of God; by studying the word, not 
merely reading it, by prayer and testimony both private 
and public. 

Faith is the lever that moves this work, which is 
sustained by prayer and testimony. By testimony we 
do not mean a mere rattling of words, for testimony may 
either be by the life alone or by the life and words ; but 
the life must always and invariably exceed the words to 
accomplish effectual works. To train the young people 
aright the older people must make straight paths; keep 
to the landmarks of strong spiritual training. We want 
to eradicate the limelight idea of mission work and build 
up a steady method of every-day work in our several 
communities. 

ORPHAN HERALD 

This little paper has never received the proper sup- 
port from individual workers. The Convention has ably 
stood by the paper. The Corresponding Secretary, as 
assistant editor, has written for its columns whenever 
there was information to be given the Sisters along its 
special line. The editors have been very kind in allow- 
ing the use of the column, for which kindness we fully 
appreciate and thank them. We do not know what will 
be recommended at this session, but even before a 
decision is reached permit me to also commend the fol- 
lowing named papers : 

The Searchlight is growing in favor with the 
people. It is a clean, straightforward magazine full 
of information along the financial, intellectual and 
spiritual lines. The Lott Carey Herald keeps in 



Mission Convention of North Carolina 29 

touch with every phase of Foreign Mission work, and 
gives its readers all needed information of our work in 
Africa. It is fully worth the while to read these papers. 
Before closing this report we feel it to be our duty to 
thank the Missionary and Educational Convention, the 
Sunday School Convention and the brethren in general 
for the recognition they have given our workers. We 
thank Dr. A. M. Moore especially, who suggested that 
the Convention use pledge cards in raising Foreign 
Mission money. The Convention accepted the sugges- 
tion with the gift of cards and realized a neat sum in 
return. We hope the Convention hereafter will use 
the cards for all of its objects. 

UNIONS 

We must not forget to say a word about the Unions. 
Some years ago we found much more union in the Unions 
than today. One reason is, we believe, a good many 
Unions have turned into "Baby Conventions" — a little 
convention here and a little one there. The Unions were 
organized to promote spiritual growth by the study of 
God's word and to gather offerings for Foreign Missions. 
They were not organized to make officers. Some have 
gone so far until they cannot be successfully changed. 
But we continue to repeat each year the very founda- 
tions of the Unions so as to inform those who do not 
know them. 

Last, but far from the least, let us learn to honor 
the older workers of this Convention and in all of our 
mission work in honor preferring one another. 

Remember that the prayers and thoughtfulness as 
to our welfare from Sisters Virginia King, — Saunders, 
Bunn, Mother Mial and Sister Carter King, these account 
in part for our success. 

SUMMARY OF REPORT 

1. To put more workers in the Home Field. 

2. To support the Orphanages more strongly by 
prayers, workers and money. 

3. To read the papers sent out by our Baptist 
brethren. 

4. To do our part toward the Haitians. 

5. To try to get the pledge card system established. 



30 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

6. To encourage our women to read the Hope 
papers and reverence for the older workers of the Con- 
vention. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. B. H. Brandon, 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Report of Treasurer 

From September 15, 1915, to September 15, 1916. 

HOME MISSION MONEY 

Oct. 8 Received from Convention at Kinston $421.36 

Received from W. I. C. Convention at Kinston 34.56 

Received from Mrs. Riddick 5.00 

Received from Mrs. Houston, Roberson County 5.00 

Received from Mrs. Britt, Goldsboro 5.75 

Received from Mrs. Games for badges 15.00 

Received from Mrs. Alice Wilson, by Mrs. Shepard 8.00 

Received from Mrs. Shepard for a Circle 1.00 

Total received $496.67 

Money paid out for Home Missions, from September 

15, 1915, to September 15, 1916 : 

Oct. 8 To Sexton at Kinston $ 2.00 

To Rev. W. B. Weaver 12.00 

To Recording Secretary 15.00 

To Mrs. Mial for service 45.00 

To Orphan Herald, Winston 25.00 

To Old Folks' Home, Goldsboro 5.00 

To Corresponding Secretary, expenses 6.75 

To Theological Department, Shaw University 10.00 

To Mrs. Witherspoon for service 2.50 

To Corresponding Secretary for service 15.00 

To expenses to Convention 6.75 

To Mrs. Teer 4.00 

To Mrs. Avery for service 2.50 

To mailing expenses 2.55 

To President's expenses to Convention 6.75 

To balance on picture for Convention 3.30 

To Treasurer for service 2.50 

To expenses for badges 1.00 

To Rev. G. W. Wharton, expenses 19.00 

To missionaries' expenses 2.90 

To Oxford Orphan Home 50.00 



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To Mrs. Shepard, board meeting $ 1.60 

To Mrs. Eaton, board meeting .70 

To Rev. Smith for printing 4.00 

To mailing blanks 1.50 

To Jones Stone Printing Co. 75.47 

To mailing minutes 10.00 

To board meeting in August 5.20 

To board meeting expenses 12.40 

To Winston Orphan Home building 50.00 

To Mrs. Mial for service 15.00 

To Rev. A. W. Pegues, expenses 3.00 

To mailing minutes 1.60 

To Oxford Orphanage 2.00 

To Corresponding Secretary, for mailing letters. _ 4.03 

To Mrs. Mial for service 15.00 

To paper and stamps 4 22 

To Winston Orphan building 50.00 

To Mrs. Riddick for service 2.50 

To printing programmes 6.00 

To Kinston Convention expenses 6.75 

To delegates' expenses to Lott Carey Convention 13.00 

To Union expenses Granville County 2.65 

To Mrs. Zellie Pittman service 2.50 

To Mrs. S. A. Mial for service 15.00 

To delegate's expenses to Convention 1.85 

Total paid out $545.72 

Foreign Mission money received from September 15, 
1915, to September 15, 1916 : 

Oct. 7 Brought over $ 425.60 

Received at Kinston 396.62 

Received from W. I. C. Circles 18.50 

Mrs. Johnnie Canady, Franklinton 25.00 

Mrs. Frances Murray 6.00 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston 3.85 

Mrs. Nashady Williams 6.00 

Mrs. Nancy J. Partin 5.00 

Mrs. Frances Murray 3.00 

Mrs. Maud G. Downing 4.14 

Mrs. L. L. Walker 8.70 

Mrs. Ada Glenn 1.00 

Mrs. Ada Glenn, W. I. C. .50 

Mrs. Rachel Hollowman 3.00 



32 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Mrs. Mary Cromasler $ 6.26 

Mrs. E. J. Wyche, Charlotte 6.00 

Mrs. Nashady Williams 14.75 

Mrs. Diana M. Wall 7.40 

Mrs. Kathleen Levister 9.00 

Mrs. L. L. Walker 10.00 

Mrs. Amanda Bailey 12.24 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston 4.75 

Mrs. Diana M. Wall 5.00 

Mrs. Nancy J. Partin 7.00 

Miss Etta McNeal 5.04 

Mrs. Annie Robinson 2.00 

Mrs. Nashady Williams 10.50 

Mrs. Diana M. Wall 5.00 

Mrs. Lucy Moore 1.00 

Mrs. Frances Murray 3.00 

Mrs. Rachel Hollowmon 3.00 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins 4.02 

Mrs. Witterspoon, Oberlin 3.50 

Miss Josephine Mills 5.00 

Mrs. Rosa Bevely, Ahoskie 2.21 

Mrs. Sallie A. Mial 12.00 

Mrs. L. L. Walker 10.00 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston 11.00 

Mrs. Maud G. Downing 5.15 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston 7.50 

Mrs. Tom Peace, Penn Ave. .75 

Mrs. Tom Peace, W. I. C. C. .50 

Mrs. Emma Harris, Hong 2.55 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins, Synama Grove 4.10 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins 1.20 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins, Penn Ave. 1.59 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins, Belton Creek .75 

Mrs. Frances Murray 2.25 

Mrs. Avatna Games 20.00 

Mrs. Brandon, Tally Ho Union 1.90 

Mrs. Jennings, Greensboro 10.00 

Total received $1,124.23 

Foreign money paid out from September 15, 1915, 
to September 15, 1916: 

Oct. 17 For Rev. C. C. Boone $ 50.00 

Nov. 1 Mrs. A. L. McGuinn 100.00 



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Feb. 1 Mrs. McGuinn for Mrs. Thomas $100.00 

May 1 Mrs. McGuinn for Mrs. Thomas 100.00 

Aug. 1 Mrs. McGuinn for Mrs. Thomas 100.00 

Sept. 1 To Lott Carey Convention 15.50 



Total paid out $465.50 

Total received during year $1,620.90 

Total paid out 1,011.22 

Balance on hand $ 609.68 

A. L. Ransom, 

Treasurer. 

I have examined the books of the Treasurer and find 
that she has made a true and accurate account. 

G. M. Bryant, 

Auditor. 



Report of Mrs. S. A. Mial, State Missionary 

With the dying of the old year there comes a feeling 
of sadness. It brought us many rich blessings, many 
new friendships were formed and in many ways it en- 
deared itself to us; but it dies. Farewell, 1916! We 
shall welcome thy sister 1917, and by God's help more 
fully appreciate the opportunities she brings to us. 

May our Father help us to so live in the coming year, 
that the time be hastened when we all come in the unity 
of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God unto 
a perfect man unto the measure of the stature of the 
fullness of Christ. Ephesians 4:13-14. 

Number of religious visits, 78 ; mother's meetings, 
75; children's meetings, 54; letters written, 82; cards 
written, 48 ; amount spent for postage, $1.53 ; Bible read- 
ings, 15 ; Circles visited, 17 ; Unions visited, 10 ; services 
attended, 45; miles travelel, 1,607; B. Y. P. U. organized, 
1. Have written a number of yearly cash subscribers to 
The Lott Carey Herald. 

Money Received 

From Pender County Union $ 5.00 

From Apex Sunday School 1.10 

From Apex Circle .70 

From Bear Swamp Church 2.00 

From Bear Swamp Sunday School 1.00 

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34 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

From Kenansville S. S. Convention $ 7.30 

From Antioch S. S., Goldsboro 1.01 

From Mt. Calvary Church 1.00 

From Burgaw Circle 1.00 

From Pender County Union 2.50 

From East Johnston Union .70 

From Flat Rock .93 

From Johnston County Union 5.00 

From Wake County Union .45 

From Kenansville Sunday School 1.01 

From Kenansville Church 1.00 

From Kenansville Circle .35 

From Hon. A. R. Middleton .25 

From Faison Circle .50 

From Clayton S. S. 1.91 

From Malibus Cross Roads 1.00 

From Wake Association 12.20 

From State S. S. Convention 4.20 

From Duplin County Union 1.55 

From Wilson Chapel .60 

From Red Hill, Warsaw .30 

From Chincopin 2.10 

From Mt. Olive Church, Whiteville 2.01 

From Roxboro Union 3.51 

From Roxboro Circle 1.51 

From Harris Grove Church 1.25 

From St. Mary's .80 

From Proctorsville 2.00 

From Clarkton .44 

From East Roberson Union 3.50 

From Bladenboro Union 3.50 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sallie A. Mial. 



Report of Finance Committee 
For Home Missions 

First Baptist Church, Watha $ 1.00 

Providence Church Circle, Greensboro 10.00 

Pleasant Grove Church Circle, Wendell 1.00 

Welcome Chapel Church Circle, Henderson .50 

Mt. Calvary Church Circle, Goldsboro 3.00 

Ebenezer Church Circle, Charlotte 8.00 

Mt. Bright Church Circle, Hillsboro 14.50 



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Mill Neck Church Circle $ .50 

Rock Spring Church Circle, Creedmoor 1.75 

First Baptist Church Circle, Powellsville 4.00 

Union Baptist Church Circle, Durham 3.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Charlotte 3.00 

Pettiford School House Circle, Kittrell 1.50 

First Church Circle, West Raleigh 3.50 

First Church Circle, Kelford 3.00 

First Church Circle, Wendell 2.25 

Lee's Cross Roads Circle, Clayton 3.00 

Hallsville Church Circle, Wendell 3.00 

New Ahoskie Church Circle, Ahoskie 5.00 

New Bethel Church Circle, Roseville 3.00 

St. Paul Church Circle, Charlotte 2.00 

Mt. Vernon Church Circle, Stem 1.50 

Fayetteville Street Church Circle, Raleigh 1.00 

Brookston Church Circle, Greystone 1.95 

First Baptist Church Circle, Statesville 2.00 

Tally Ho Church Circle, Stem 1.50 

West Durham Church Circle, West Durham 3.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Oxford 10.00 

First Baptist No. 2 Church Circle, Oxford 3.00 

Sandy Grove Church Circle, Lumberton 1.00 

Wynne's Grove Church Circle, Coleraine 4.00 

Willer's Grove School House, Coleraine 3.00 

Springfield Church Circle, Auburn 1.00 

Good Samaritan Church Circle, Garner 1.00 

Mt. Aria Mission Band, Windsor 1.00 

Wake Baptist Grove Church Circle, Garner 1.00 

Woodville Plain Church Circle, Lewiston 5.00 

Oak Grove Church Circle, Oxford 1.00 

Union Baptist Church Circle, Fuquay Springs 5.00 

Union Chapel Church Circle, Apex 2.00 

New Bethel Church Circle, Henderson 2.00 

Red Bud Church Circle, Henderson 2.00 

Orange Grove Church Circle, East Durham 2.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Smithfield 4.00 

Owen's Grove Church Circle, Cluster Springs, Va. 1.00 

Roger's Grove Church Circle, Gorman 1.00 

Providence Church Circle, Rockingham 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Middlesex 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Goldsboro 2.00 

Micheal Creek Church Circle, Stovall 5.00 

Zion Hill Church Circle, Virgilina, Va. 1.00 



36 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Shiloh Church Circle, Kittrell $ 2.00 

New Bethel Church Circle, West Durham 3.00 

St. Matthews Church Circle, Virgilina, Va. 1.50 

Old Aged Saints, New Bern 1.00 

Penn Avenue Church Circle, Oxford 1.25 

Bethen Church Circle, Riverdell .50 

Pleasant Hill Church Circle, Fairmount 1.00 

New Johnson Creek Church Circle, Virgilina, Va. .50 

East Market Street Church Circle, Greensboro 5.00 

Synama Grove Church Circle, Hester 1.50 

Good Hope Church Circle, Durham 1.50 

Sycamore Hill Church Circle, Greenville 5.50 

First Baptist No. 2 Church Circle, New Bern 1.00 

Mt. Vernon Church Circle, Durham 2.00 

Zion Hill Church Circle, Coleraine 2.00 

Perry's School House Circle, Coleraine 4.00 

Hong Church Circle, Oxford 2.00 

Friendship Church Circle, Charlotte 1.00 

Cedar Grove Church Circle, Roxboro 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Winston 5.00 

Wynn's Hill School House, Powellsville 2.50 

Mrs. Fannie Wright, personal work 2.00 

New Grassy Creek Church, Oxford 1.00 

Mt. Level Church Circle, Stem 1.00 

Wakefield Church Circle, Wakefield 7.50 

Zebulon Church Circle, Zebulon 2.10 

West Roanoke Association 25.00 

Mrs. Delia Vick, personal work 4.55 

Zion Grove Church Circle, Aulander 1.00 

Harrellsville Chapel Church Circle, Harrellsville 3.50 

Philippi Church Circle, Cofield 2.90 

Adoniram Church Circle, Wallace 1.00 

Point Caswell Church Circle, Point Caswell 1.00 

Willard Chapel Church Circle, Willard 1.00 

Newkirks Chapel Church Circle, Willard 1.00 

Sandy Grove Church Circle, Henderson 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Raleigh 15.00 

Galilee Church Circle, Smithfield 4.00 

Spring Garden Church Circle, Washington 4.90 

Antioch Church Circle, Oxford 1.50 

Lawson Chapel Church Circle, Mill Creek 1.00 

Mt. Gilead Church Circle, Mt. Olive 2.00 

Hill's Chapel Church Circle, Faison 2.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Mebane 4.00 



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Sandy Hill Church Circle, Roxboro $ .50 

Old Folks, Home, Goldsboro 2.00 

Pleasant Grove Church Circle, Roxboro 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Reidsville 4.00 

Waughtown Church Circle, Winston 2.50 

West End Church Circle, Winston 7.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Selma 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Selma 5.00 

Asheville Grove Church Circle, Henderson 1.00 

New Bethel Church Circle, Winston 3.00 

St. James Church Circle, Rocky Mount 5.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Fremont 1.00 

New Zion Church Circle, Reidsville 5.00 

Macedonia Church Circle, Lucama 1.00 

Dickies Grove Church Circle, Henderson 4.00 

Mt. Olive Church Circle, Henderson 2.00 

St. Stephen's Church Circle, Chadbourn 1.50 

Mt. Olive Church Circle, Whiteville 1.50 

Big Ruin Creek Church Circle, Henderson 1.20 

Antioch Church Circle, Proctorsville 1.00 

Mt. Zion Church Circle, Lumberton 1.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Kinston 3.00 

Jerusalem Church Circle, Woodland 2.00 

St. Mary's Church Circle, Evergreen 2.00 

Shiloh Church Circle, Wilmington 2.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Wilson 5.00 

St. John's Church Circle, New Bern 1.25 

Flat Creek Church Circle, Dabney 2.00 

Ebenezer Church Circle, Middlesex 2.00 

Shiloh Church Circle, Henderson 10.00 

Walton's Grove Church Circle, Kelton 1.75 

Aulander Church Circle, Aulander 1.25 

Second Baptist Church Circle, Durham 7.00 

Miss Mary W. Bunch, personal gift 1.00 

Mrs. R. H. Harris, personal gift 1.00 

Mt. Gilead Church Circle, Durham 1.00 

Cedar Grove Church Circle, Powellsville 5.00 

Snow Hill Church Circle, Roseboro 2.00 

Ebenezer Church Circle, Durham 2.50 

Sycamore Church Circle, Powersville 1.00 

Zion Grove Church Circle, Aulander 2.00 

Providence Church Circle, Kernersville 1.00 

St. Paul's Church Circle, Durham 2.00 

Olive Branch Church Circle, Parmelee 2.00 



38 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

White Rock Church Circle, Durham $ 10.00 

Tupper Memorial Church Circle, Raleigh 1.50 

Rising Mt. Zion Church Circle, Concord 3.00 

Mocksville Church Circle, Mocksville 1.00 

Pilgrim Chapel Church Circle, James City 1.50 

Star of Zion Church Circle, New Bern 1.50 

Second Baptist Church Circle, Ahoskie 5.00 

Stovall Baptist Church Circle, Stovall 1.00 

Terry Creek Church Circle, Chapel Hill 2.25 

Ahoskie Church Circle, Ahoskie 1.00 

Rock Hill Union Church Circle, Chapel Hill 5,00 

Wilson Chapel Church Circle, Turkey 1.00 

Red Mountain Church Circle, Rougemont 1 1.00 

Riddick Chapel Church Circle, Bethel .85 

Bladen County Union 6.00 

East Roberson County Union 2.00 

Poplar Grove Church Circle, Faison 1.00 

Collected by Mrs. Amanda Britt, local missionary 2.00 

Annual membership fees collected 3.00 

District missionary, Mrs. Emma Harris 9.32 

Mrs. Emma Wiggs, district missionary 4.00 

Mrs. Polly S. Rogers, local missionary 1.00 

East Roberson County Union, by Mrs. Lizzie J. Houston 10.00 

Martin Street Church Circle, Raleigh 4.00 

Mt. Zion Church Circle, Beaufort 5.00 

Pineywoods Chapel Church Circle, Asheville 3.50 

St. John's Church Circle, Lumberton 3.00 

Spring Branch Church Circle, Fairmount 1.25 

Shiloh Church Circle, Greensboro 6.00 

Elizabeth Church Circle, Pee Dee 1.00 

Poplar Spring Church Circle, Polkton 1.00 

Tabernacle Church Circle, Wilson 5.00 

Lily of the Valley, Everetts i .35 

Sycamore Hill Church Circle, Hamilton 6.80 

Mt. Sinai Church Circle, Greensboro 3.00 

First Baptist Church Circle, Dover 6.00 

Thursday night collection 19.50 

Collection for Mrs. Saunder's daughter 7.34 

Sunday morning collection 19.11 

Mrs. Sills collected from Methodist Church 5.62 

Mrs. Fannie Wright from Mt. Vernon Circle 2.60 

Mrs. Houston from North Durham 1.20 

Mrs. Weston from Second Church 1.01 

Mr. L. J. Howard, personal gift, Winston .50 



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Mrs. Mary F. Jones, local missionary $ 2.35 

District missionary, Mrs. Lugenia Jackson 2.00 

Local missionary, Mrs. M. A. Satterfield 5.68 

Collected on President's address by Mrs. Weeks 1.38 

Mrs. M. S. Vaughn 2.00 

$583.21 
Received Since Convention 

Pleasant Hill, Wadesboro $ 1.00 

Red Hill, Wadesboro 1.00 

Mt. Pleasant, Wadesboro 1.00 

Piney Grove, Waxhaw 1.00 

Mt. Sinai, Stonewall 8.30 

Woodland, Tedie C. Harrell 2.00 

Merritt, Miss Swanie Arnet 3.00 

Elizabeth Monroe 1.00 

New Grove, Polkton 1.00 

White Creek Chapel 1.00 

Pleasant Hill, Clarkton 2.50 

New Hope, Clarkton 1.00 

L. J. Houston, district missionary 2.50 

First Baptist, New Bern 18.50 

Ahoskie, by Miss Lula Scott 2.00 

Red Level, Monroe 1.00 

First Baptist, Kenansville 2.00 

Mrs. Ida McNeil, Lumberton 2.15 

West Granville Union 1.95 

Mrs. Ida McNeil, Lumberton 2.25 

Mrs. L. J. Houston 6.00 

Mrs. Lizzie Biggs, Kelford 2.00 

Miss Shadd Monroe for 1915 1.20 

Pilgrim Chapel, James City 1.50 



$ 68.85 



Report of Foreign Mission Money Sent up to 
Convention 

Mt. Calvary Church Circle, Goldsboro $ 2.00 

Charlotte Union 8.00 

Hardy Grove 1.00 

Kelford Church 2.00 

Hallsville Sunday School 3.00 

New Ahoskie Church 10.00 



40 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Mrs. Henrietta Eaton, Raleigh $ 1.00 

Mill Neck Church 4.26 

Mt. Vernon Church, Stem .50 

First Baptist Church, Statesville 3.00 

Women's Auxiliary Roan Association 5.00 

Tally Ho, Stem .50 

West Durham 1.00 

First Baptist Oxford Circle, No. 2 1.36 

Sandy Grove, Lumberton 1.00 

Wynn's Grove, Coleraine 8.00 

Wake and Johnson Union 4.15 

Mt. Airy, Windsor 1.50 

Woodville Plain, Lewiston 10.00 

Oak Grove, Oxford 1.00 

Union Chapel, Apex 1.00 

Raleigh City Union 10.46 

Orange Grove, East Durham .25 

Women's Union, of Pee Dee Association 2.00 

Stokes Chapel, Middlesex 5.00 

West Granville Union 10.00 

Virgilina Bible Band 1.00 

Pleasant Hill, Fairmount 1.00 

Synama Grove 1.50 

Forsyth Union, Winston 5.17 

Wakefield Baptist Union 10.90 

Dabney Church, Flat Creek 2.50 

Rosemary School House, Chapel Hill 2.50 

Harrellsville Chapel 3.50 

Philippi Church, Cofield 2.10 

Bladen County Union 2.00 

Pleasant Grove, Roxboro 2.00 

Spring Garden, Washington 4.00 

New Bethel, West Durham 1.00 

Shady Hill, Roxboro 1.00 

Person County Union 3.00 

Reidsville First Church 7.00 

Washington Church, Winston 2.50 

Johnston County Union, Selma 2.12 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston, Rocky Mt. 10.00 

Beulah Circle, Madison 3.00 

Goldsboro City Union 2.00 

Personal work, Miss Mary Bunch 7.00 

Greensboro City Union 8.00 

White Rock Church, Durham 3.00 



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Rising Mt. Zion, Concord $ 2.00 

Durham County Union 60.00 

Union of Anson and Union Counties 7.00 

St. John's Church, Lumberton 1.00 

Shiloh Church, Greensboro 4.00 

Mt. Sinai Church, Greensboro 2.50 

First African Church, Goldsboro 1.00 

Hillsboro and Mebane Union 20.00 

New Bethel, West Durham 1.00 

Old Aged Saints, New Bern .50 

First Church, New Bern, No. 2 1.00 

St. John's Circle, New Bern 5.12 

Mt. Vernon Circle, Durham 3.00 

Friendship Circle, Charlotte 2.00 

New Grassy Creek, Oxford 1.00 

Auxiliary to West Roanoke Association of Hertford and 

Bertie Counties 75.00 

New Bethel Church, Winston 2.00 

St. James Circle 5.00 

First Baptist, Kinston 5.00 

St. John's, New Bern 1.25 

Aulander Band 1.00 

South Winton Church, Winton 4.00 

Martin Street Church, Raleigh 2.00 

District missionary, Mrs. Lugenia Jackson 1.40 

City union, New Bern 8.00 

Star of Zion, New Bern 1.50 

Collection Friday evening 10.32 

Vance County Union 19.03 

Ahoskie Baptist Church 5.00 

Wilson Chapel, Turkey 1.00 

Red Mountain, Rougemont 1.00 

First Baptist, Charlotte 5.00 

First Baptist, Oxford 8.40 

Sunday night collection 19.00 



$420.79 
Received Since Convention 

Yadkin Philadelphia Union $ 1.50 

Mt. Sinai, Stonewall 3.00 

Mrs. Avatna Games, Winston 20.00 

Pilgrim Chapel, James City 1.50 

$26.00 



42 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Report of Obituary Committee 

Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep 
From which none ever wakes to weep. 
A calm and undisturbed repose, 
Unbroken by the last of woes. 

Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly Father to 
take from us as co-workers in our Circles and Conven- 
tion our beloved Sisters : 

Jane Cobb, Eliza Beems, Cora Evans, Nannie 
Martin, Rebecca Lyons, Nannie Cook, Frances Green, 
H. A. Duggins, Sallie Nicholas, Ebba Bailey, Rebecca 
Crocker, Hattie Bass, Lizzie Davis, Minnie Lawson, 
Lucy McColum, Daisy Thompson, Phillis Trexler, Sadie 
Martin, Alice Carter, Elnora Hagans, Ellen Poindexter, 
Matilda Walker, Bettie Ward, O. W. Phifer, Alice 
Alexander, Rebecca Faison, Lucile Smith, Hattie Cobbs, 
J. P. Moore, Anis Weaver, Bettie Wimbish, Sallie Free- 
man, Bettie Sloan, Sarah Winfield, A. R. Jenkins, Lula 
Williams, Mary S. Hays, and Mary Murphy. 

First. Be it, 

Resolved, That we bow in humble submission to the 
will of Him who doeth all things well. 

Second. That a memorial service be held thirty 
minutes in honor of our departed dead. 

Third. Be it, 

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread 
upon the minutes of this Convention. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



Report of Temperance Committee 

We, your Committee on Temperance, beg to submit 
the following report: 

Whereas, the uses of intoxicants and tobacco in its 
various forms, moving picture shows, and the present 
style of dress, are doing more than any other evils to 
destroy the purity of our homes and to degrade humanity, 

Therefore, be it, 

Resolved, That we, as a body of Christian women, 
will put forth every effort within our power to discour- 
age and condemn these evils, 



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Resolved further, That we condemn dancing and 
card playing, the use of chewing gum; also reading 
trashy and obscene literature such as is sapping the 
spiritual and moral life out of our young people. 

Resolved further, That we encourage our Missionary 
Circles to give more time and attention to the discussion 
of these evils in all of the different phases. 

Resolved further, That as a body of Christian 
workers, we will earnestly pray that the time may come 
when these evils will be blotted out, and that we strive 
to be living examples to those around us, to live pure, 
ennobling and unspotted lives. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



Report of Committee on Resolutions 
The Committee recommends the following: 

First. We recommend the work of the Women's 
Home and Foreign Mission Convention to all Associa- 
tions, Conventions and Missionary Circles, both Home 
and Foreign, in its social, moral and spiritual uplift of 
all people with whom it comes in contact. 

Second. That all Christians use their influence 
against the evils of society that are weakening the in- 
fluence of our people. 

Third. That we study our Bibles daily and put in 
practice the rules for Christian life as taught by our 
Savior. That we read Hope as a help in Bible study. 

Fourth. That we support and use our influence for 
education in all branches. That we teach our children 
respect for the civil law and to be law-abiding citizens. 
That we will not conceal crime or criminals. That we 
seek for justice in the courts. 

Fifth. That we teach our girls to dress modestly 
and becomingly and in such a manner as to protect their 
health and morals. 

Sixth. That we keep in close touch with our 
white friends and use our influence in decreasing the 
prejudice between the races in our several communities. 

Seventh. That we contribute to the N. T. School 
Saturday afternoon as each individual feels inclined. 

Eighth. That we tender our heartfelt thanks to 
the good people of Durham, especially to the White Rock 



44 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Baptist Church for having entertained this Convention 
with all its visitors so royally while in Durham. That 
we pray God's blessings upon each and every one who 
has contributed in any way to make the Convention a 
success. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



Report of Committtee on Time and Place 

We, your Committee on Time and Place, recommend 
that the next sitting of this Convention be held with the 
First African Baptist Church of Goldsboro, N. C, be- 
ginning the first Thursday in October, 1917. 
Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



Report of Committee on Officers 

We, your Committee on Officers, beg to recommend 
that the officers of this Convention remain the same, with 
the addition of the names of Mrs. A. W. Pegues, of 
Raleigh; Mrs. A. M. Moore, of Durham; Mrs. A. A. 
Wyche, of Charlotte; and Mrs. Mary R. White, of 
Coleraine, as members of the Executive Board. 
Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



Report of Committee on President's Address 

We, the Committee on President's Address, beg 
leave to report as follows : We find the address full of 
thought and wholesome advice, therefore, we ask that 
each recommendation and address be printed with the 
report and in pamphlet form and sold for the purpose of 
strengthening the Convention treasury. The follow- 
ing are the recommendations: 

Pray that every member present may realize that 
the Holy Spirit dwells in her (1 Cor. 6:19), and that she 
may yield her will to Him and receive a new realization 
of the power of prayer. 

Pray that each member may become a faithful in- 
tercessor. 

Pray that a baptism of the Spirit may come upon 
your Church so that the missionary work of the Church 



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may be built up and the whole Church may become on 
fire with love to Christ (John 17: 26). 

Pray for the members of the missionary society by 
name, that they may be instrumental in extending 
Christ's kingdom. 

Pray for the pastor and his wife. 

Pray God to call missionaries out of your congrega- 
tion. 

Pray for the Children's Mission Band and the 
Sunday school that indelible impressions may be made on 
the minds of the children. 

Pray for the national officers, for your district 
officers by name, that God will give them zeal and health 
and faith and courage. 

Pray for missionaries by name, by countries, by 
stations. 

Pray that new members may be brought into your 
Circles. 

Pray for your association, that there may be a wom- 
an's circle, a children's band, a mission study class in 
every Church. 

Pray God to put it into the heart of the Baptists to 
give the youth and wealth of the Church to the work of 
evangelizing those who have never heard His name. 

Pray that God may pour out the spirit of suppli- 
cation upon Christians everywhere, so that it may never 
be said ye have not, because ye ask not (James 4:2). 

Lord, teach us to pray. 



46 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

W. I. C. and Sunshine 
Convention Auxiliary to the Women's 

Convention 

Mrs. Jimmie Jennings President 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Miss Nellie Lockett L Vice-President 

Oxford, N, C. 

Mrs. Martha Brooks Recording Secretary 

New Bern, N. C. 
Miss Beulah Shepard Corresponding Secretary 

Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Treasurer 

Statesville, N. C. 

Miss Irma Clark Auditor 



Names of Delegates 

Misses Martha Sill, Maggie Thorp, Louise Wyche, Pattie 
Shorts, Eula Eaton, Beulah Shepard, Mrs. Madeline Keck, Misses 
Cora Pearson, Viola Tomkins, Emma Wattfort, Nellie Lockett, 
Almira Franks, Mary E. Comidie, Mary Smith, Addie Fitzgerald, 
Annie Slade, Princess Fitzgerald, Mary A. White, Emma Hines, 
Mesdames Ada Sleen, Cassie Smith, Irma Clark, Miss Saunders, 
Mrs. Martha Brooks, Misses Frances Moore, Bertha Weaver, Mrs. 
Martha Brooks, Misses Mollie Boyett, Lessie McNeill. 



FRIDAY MORNING SESSION 

ENROLLMENT OF delegates 

The following committees were appointed: 

Committee on Officers: Mrs. B. H. Brandon, Miss 
Pattie Shorts, Mrs. S. A. Mial. 

Committee on Temperance: Misses Annie Slade, 
Addie Fitzgerald, Ula Eaton, Martha Sills, Mary Throbs. 

Committee on Resolutions: Misses Princess Fitz- 
gerald, Mary Smith, Cassie Smith, Emma Wattford, 
Viola Tomkins, Nellie Lockett. 

Committee on Finance: Miss Saunders, Mrs. Ada 
Glenn, Misses Irma Clark, Carrie Pearson, Mary White. 

The programme for the evening service was 
arranged. After remarks concerning the work to the 
girls by the President we adjourned. 



Mission Convention of North Carolina 47 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON 

2:30: Praise service was conducted by Misses 
Nellie Lockett and Helen Royster. Mrs. Poindexter, of 
Winston, greatly to our delight said some beautiful things 
about the W. I. C. and told the Convention that they 
should yet hurrah to God for the W. I. C. 

The ladies took active parts in the service and a 
spiritual feast was enjoyed by all. The Committees on 
Temperence, Resolutions and Officers reported. The 
reports were adopted. Sister Mial asked that the 
Sisters of the Convention have a word concerning the 
report of the Resolution Committee. Sister Ada Glenn 
led in the discussion. She said that card parties were not 
the way that God would have us raise our money for 
our Churches. Many others spoke along the same line, 
which was very inspiring and encouraging to us as W. I. 
C. girls to live in our various communities as examples of 
real W. I. C. girls. 

3:30: Subject, "The W. I. C. Circle and Its In- 
fluence." 

First. "On the Physical Life," by Miss Allie Thomp- 
son. Miss Thompson being absent Mrs. Eaton was 
asked to take her place. Mrs. Eaton said there is 
nothing on earth any better than the W. I. C. for the 
young ladies. She said many other helpful things and 
asked that Mrs. Jenkins speak on the same subject. Mrs. 
Jenkins said mothers ought to be very careful about 
their girls' dress. She said that sometimes girls would 
go out too thinly clad and, of course, that has much to 
do with the physical condition of our girls. 

Second. "The W. I. C. Circle and Its Influence on the 
Spirtual Life," by Miss Louise Wyche. She said the W. 
I. C. girls that were real W. I. C. girls were more than 
apt to be found in the prayer meeting and taking active 
parts in the Church work in general. 

Third. "Its Influence on the Social Life," by Miss 
Eva B. Riddick. Mrs. L. R. Chavis was asked to speak on 
the subject. Her remarks were full of inspiration. 

Fourth. "The W .1. C. and Its Influence in General," 
by Miss Princess Fitzgerald. She said that the influence 
of he W. I. C. was fourfold: social, physical, spiritual 
and intellectual, and that each of these qualities must 
be developed if we would be the right kind of W. I. C. 



48 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

girls, for we should serve as a lighthouse for the Church 
and community. 

The President then asked Mrs. Mial to speak, but 
she declined and asked Mrs. Shepard to say something, 
which she did. Her remarks were very encouraging. 
Then Mrs. Mial made encouraging remarks concerning 
the President, Mrs. Jennings. Among the many good 
things she said they had prayed so long for was for the 
Lord to give them a President for the young women, and 
we ought to be thankful. She said that the President was 
a grandchild of the Convention, that her mother brought 
her when a child. After these remarks we adjourned. 

FRIDAY EVENING SESSION 

7 :00 : After a glorious praise service the Convention 
arose and sang, "Stand Up, Stand Up, for Jesus." While 
standing Mrs. Laura Harris led in prayer, after which 
a literary programme was rendered by the W. I. C. 
Circles, which was enjoyed by all. At the end of the 
programme the meeting was turned over to the President 
of the State Missionary Circles, Mrs. Shepard. 

Mrs. Jimmie Jennings, 

President. 
Mrs. Mary Brooks, 

Secretary. 



Committee on Temperance 

We, your Committee on Temperance, beg to submit 
the following : That as Christian workers and especially 
W. I. C. girls do all in our power to discourage liquor 
drinking, dancing, card playing and all things that 
destroy the peace and purity of homes. 

Resolved, That we as W. I. C. girls raise high the 
standard of Temperance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Miss Martha Sills, 
Miss Maggie Thorp, 
Miss Lucy Kennedy, 
Miss Annie Slade, 
Miss Addie Fitzgerald, 
Miss Eula Eaton, 

Committee. 



Mission Convention of North Carolina 49 

Resolutions 

Whereas, the delegates and visitors of the W. I. C. 
Circles from every section of the State have been so 
hospitably entertained by the generous-hearted people of 
Durham by contributing in every way possible to our 
comforts. We extend thanks to the Pastor, members 
and friends of this Cnurch for the part they have ren- 
dered in making this Convention a success. 

Resolved, That we pray God's blessings may rest 
upon you all and upon the W. I. C. Circle of this Church. 
Be it further 

Resolved, That all W. I. C. girls live in their various 
communities strong, moral Christian lives so as to in- 
influence those with whom we may come in contact. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Miss Princess Fitzgerld, 
Mrs. Mary Smith, 
Miss Cassie Smith, 
Miss Emma Watford, 
Mrs. Viola Tomkins, 
Miss Nellie Lockett, 
Committee. 



S. S. Band No. 2, St. James Chureh, Rocky Mt. $ 5.00 

First Baptist Church, Selma 3.50 

W. 1. C. Department of Western Convention 2.00 

Wynn's Grove Church, Coleraine 6.00 

Sunshine Band, Ahoskie 

W. I. C. Philippi 7.13 

Jerusalem Church, Woodland 1.00 

First Baptist Church, Charlotte 5.00 

Cedar Grove Church .50 

St. James Sunshine No. 1, Rocky Mt. 1.00 

S. S. Band Mark's Chapel, Rocky Mt. .50 

S. S. Band First Baptist Church, Powersville 3.00 

First Baptist Macedonia .50 

First Baptist, Henderson 1.00 

Terrell Creek, Chapel Hill .65 

Sunshine Band, Fremont .50 

Sunshine Band, White Rock Church, Durham 1.00 

S. S. Band, Beaufort .50 

Providence Church, Lumberton 1.00 

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50 Women's Baptist Home and Foreign 

Mt. Olive Church, Whiteville $ 1.00 

Mt. Sinai, Greensboro 3.00 

Newkirk Chapel, Willard .25 

Sunshine Band, Ahoskie 5.00 

Chapel Hill 1.00 

Sunshine Band, West Durham 1.00 

Mt. Vernal Sunshine Band, Durham 1.00 

W. I. C. Greensboro 1.00 

Syrama Grove 1.00 

Williards Chapel Church 1.00 

Rock Mt. 1.00 

Sandy Grave Church, Henderson 1.00 

White Rock Church, Durham 1.00 

Church at Broadman .50 

First Baptist Church, Oxford 4.40 

Popular Grove Church, Faison .40 

Hill's Chapel, Faison 5.00 

Sunshine Flat Rock Church, Knightdale .50 

Penn Avenue Church, Oxford 1.00 

Zion Hill, Coleraine ,__ 1.00 

S. S. Band Mt. Olive Church, Henderson 1.00 

W. I. C. Circle, Ahoskie 5.00 

Williamston Grove, Zebulon 1.00 

W. I. C, Wakefield 1.25 

First Baptist Church, Statesville ,_ 1.50 

First Baptist S. S. Band, Statesville LOO 

Bible Band, Willard .27 

Sunshine Band, Willard r .25 

First Baptist Church, Goldsboro , 1.50 

Sunshine Band, Washington .75 

First Baptist Church, Kinston ^_ ,_ 5.00 

Red Mountain Church, Rougemont ,„_ 1,00 



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5 

i*^! **?' PROCEEDINGS I 

%£ OF THE 

FORTY^FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 

OF THE 

Mission Contention of 
•Norilj Carolina 



Held in connection with the All Baptist Celebra- 
tion, In Tupper Memorial Church. 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



JULY 31^0AUGUST 4, 1928 



Motto: "Christ in Every Home" 

Next Session to be held with Ebenezer Baptist 
Church, Charlotte, N. C, Beginning 
Wednesday, July 17, 1929 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

Forty-Fourth Annual Session 

OF THE 

Unmans ifnmr anu Sfarngn IHtaHtmt 
GJonuentinn nf Nnrllj Carolina 

Held in connection with the All Baptist Celebration, In 
Tupper Memorial Church, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



Rev. H. M. Moore, Pastor. 



July 31 -Aug. 4, 192B 



Motto : "Christ in Every Home" 



Next Session to be held with Ebenzer Baptist Church, 
Charlotte, N. C, Beginning Wednesday, July 17, 1929. 



Home and Foreign Mission Convention 



WOMEN'S MISSIONARY CONVENTION 



Financial Aim for 1928-1929, $5,000.00 

$2,500.00 for Home Missions, $2,500.00 for Foreign 

Missions 



OFFICERS FOR 1928-1929 

PRESIDENT 

Mrs. P. G. Shepard 50 Henderson St., Oxford, N. C. 

VICE PRESIDENTS 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard, 2004 Fayetteville St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. C. L. Lanair Winston Salem, N. C. 

Mrs. Viola McMillian 411 E. Pitt St., Tarboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Ella C. Pegues E. South St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Clara Moore Wilmington, N. C. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Miss M. A. Burwell 201 Idlewild Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

RECORDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. T. S. Eaton 304 Clark St., Henderson, N. C. 

TREASURER 
Mrs. A. L. Ransom Box 441, Oxford, N. C. 

AUDITOR 

Mrs. M. M. Witherspoon 533 E. Leavoit St., Raleigh, N. C. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Mrs. M. M. Witherspoon Raleigh 

Mrs. Lucinda Weston Rocky Mount 

Mrs. Virginia King Greenville 

Mrs. R. H. Harris Greensboro 

Mrs. S. F. Williams James City 

Mrs. Eliza Yokley Winston-Salem 

Mrs. Emma Wiggs Goldsboro 

Mrs. Luvenia Eaton Durham 



4 Proceedings 44th Annual Session Women's 

Mrs. Mary E. Sills Ahoskie 

Mrs. Ella C. Pegues Raleigh 

Mrs. A. M. Moore Durham 

Mrs. Mary R. White Coleraine 

Mrs. A. R. Jenkins Oxford 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard Durham 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Statesville 

Mrs. Millie Ezelle Concord 

Mrs. Carrie N. Parham High Point 

Mrs. A. C. Robinson Monroe 

Mrs. Rosa Evans Mebane 

Mrs. Mittie Whitis Greensboro 

Mrs. Emma Joyce Winston-Salem 

Mrs. C. H. Moseley Lumberton 

Mrs. M. E. Wall Madison 

Mrs. Annie E. White Powellsville 

Mrs. A. L. Carter Reidsville 

Mrs. L. L. Walker Charlotte 

SPECIAL WORKERS 

Mrs. Viola McMillian Tarboro 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Mrs. Charlotte Webb Oxford 

Mrs. Polly S. Rogers Henderson 

Mrs. Amanda Britt, Wayne Co., Goldsboro 

Mrs. Sarah Moore, Cumberland Co., Fayetteville 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Iredell Co., Statesville 

Mrs. Emma Burroughs Person Co., Hillsboro 

Mrs. Allie Wilson Turkey 

Mrs. Florence Connor Duplin Co., Kenansville 

Mrs. Fannie Wright, Mrs. I. M. Smith Faison 

Mrs. Cora Baucum, Mrs. Florence Young Raleigh 

Mrs. Delilah Pritchett, Mrs. R. H. Harris, Mrs. Julia Hyatt, 

Mrs. Lucy Lee Guilford Co., Greensboro 

Mrs. Eliza Yokley, Mrs. Hattie Cousin, Winston 

Mrs. Maggie L. Hall Wendell 

Mrs. Emma Murray Watha 

Mrs. Annie Venters Washington 

Mrs. Martha Satterfield Rougemont 

Mrs. Maggie Matthews Rose Hill 

Mrs. Louise White Powellsville 

Mrs. Anna Best Bayboro 

Mrs. Mary Smyer Newbern 

Mrs. A. C. Robinson Monroe 

Mrs. Frances Murray Willard 

Mrs. Tempie Whitted Durham 

Mrs. D. S. Saulter High Point 

Mrs. Meta Cook, Mrs. P. H. Thomas Louisburg 



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Mrs. Lucinda Weston Rocky Mount 

Mrs. Ida Williams Winston 

Mrs. E. J. Tatum Roseboro 

Mrs. Isabelle Mosely Lumberton 

Mrs. L. L. Walker Charlotte 

Mrs. Mary R. White Coleraine 

Mrs. Emma Wiggs Goldsboro 

Mrs. C. B. Sessoms Nash Co., Rocky Mount 

Mrs. Melissa Allen, Mrs. Mary Joplin, Forsyth Co., Winston-Salem 

Mrs. F. R. Mason, Rowan Co., N. C. 

Mrs. Ella Ryan Wilson Co., Bailey, N. C. 

NAMES OF COMMITTEES 

On Officers — Mrs. Isabelle Moseiey, Mrs. Meta Cook, Mrs. 
Mary R. White, Mrs. Annie Malloy, Mrs. Amanda Britt, Mrs. 
Louisa White, Mrs. Sarah Moore, Mrs. Hattie Filmore. 

On Time and Place — Mrs. Ada Glenn, Mrs. Geneva Daniel, 
Mrs. Sallie Barber, Mrs. M. A. Hover, Mrs. E. B. Dewele, Mrs. E. 
L. Lindsy, Mrs. Sallie J. White, Mrs. Julie Johnson, Mrs. Susan 
Sanders, Mrs. Susie Davis, Mrs. Dora H. Caldwell, Mrs. Hattie J. 
Moore. 

On Annual Members — Mrs. Tempie Whitted, Mrs. S. R. 
Pinkston, Mrs. Catherine Wilkins, Mrs. Gertrude Vaughn, Mrs. 
Fannie P. Adams, Mrs. Flossie E. Dunston. 

On Material for Missionaries — Mrs. Emma Burroughs, Mrs. 
Mattie Parker, Mrs. Lela P. Browder. 

On Resolutions — Mrs. M. L. Capehart, Mrs. Hattie L. Christ- 
ian, Mrs. Sadie L. Fitts, Mrs. B. F. Jordan, Mrs. S. M. Thomas, 
Mrs. Dora Newsome. Mrs. J. L. Mebane. 

On New Bodies — Mrs. Flora Thomas, Mrs. Mary Butler, Mrs. 
Ida Chambers, Mrs. Sophia Johnson, Miss C. B. Sessoms. 

On Obituary — Mrs. Clara Wertz, Mrs. M. A. Satterfield, Mrs. 
Minnie McCoy, Mrs. Rachel Currie, Mrs. Bell Johnson, Mrs. Mag- 
gie Wiley, Mrs. Frances Murray, Mrs. Laura E. Moore. 

Finance Committee,Celebration — Mrs. F. R. Mason, Mrs. Nan- 
nie Cooper. 

Home Mission — Mrs. L. L. Walker, Mrs. Viola McMillian, 
Mrs. M. W. Williams. 

Foreign Mission — Mrs. Charlotte Webb, Mrs. Mary Joplin. 

Enrollment Committee — Mrs. Ruth Melton, Mrs. R. R. Un- 
derwood, Mrs. K. W. Levister. 

ROLL OF DELEGATES 

Mrs. Geo. H. Smith Smithfield, N. C 

Mrs. Laura Ethel Moore Burlington, N. C. 

Mrs. Kate Allen Rt. 2,Box 32, Henderson, N. C. 



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Mrs. Josephine Dickens Wagram, N. C. 

Mrs. M. W. Williams, Jr., Circle Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. M. M. Witherspoon 533, E. Leavoit St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Kelley 408 Wayne Ave., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Sallie M. Barbour, 1100 E. Nash St., Wilson, N. C 

Mrs. Lucy Lee 1001 Bilbrar St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Shepard 2004 Fayetteville St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Nannie J. Cooper, R. F. D., Como, N. C. 

Mrs. B. F. Jordan Wilson, N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie L. Capehart 312 S. Smithfield St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. M. A. Hoovie 1309 Kivett Drive, High Point, N. C. 

Mrs. Isabelle Moseley Lumberton, N. C. 

Mrs. Julia A. Hyatt 225 Regan St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. H. K. Shavard 703 Rine St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. U. T. Wood 439 N. Dudley St., Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. Eva Slocum 109 Hillsboro St., Mt. Olive, N. C. 

Mrs. C. C. Moore 608 Mobile Ave., Durham, N. O. 

Mrs. M. D. Dickson 716 Red Cross St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Sallie Hayes, Visitor P. O. Box 114 Franklinton, N. G. 

Mrs. Senora Edwards 2nd Bap. Church, Morehead Ave. Durham 

Mrs. Thelma Satterwhite 615 E. Divine St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie Wilson, Visitor, Calypso, N. C. 

Mrs. Nellie L. Allen 709 Dowd St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Emmo Cobb, Visitor Box ,32, Faison, N. C. 

Mrs. Helen John 175 Beaumont Ave., Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. Clara A. Moore Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Mamie George Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. C. T. Underwood P. O. Box 484 (Visitor) Dunn, N. C. 

Mrs. Laura Ethel Moore Burlington (Mills) N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie Younger, City Union, Durham, N. C. 

Miss Beulah Swepson, Visitor 70 Hill St., Asheville, N. C. 

Mrs. F. C. Gatis, Evangelistic Singer, 410 Dowd St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Winnie B. Williams Box 44, Warren Co., Inez, N. C. 

Mrs. Bettie Brown Pee Dee Asso. Laurinburg, N. C 

Rev. G. O. Watkins, Visitor Box 539, Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mrs. S. T. Shannon 431 Polk Ave., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha G. White 438 Robeson St., Fayetteville, N. C. 

Mrs. M. E. Byrd 125 S. 4th St., Smithfield, N. C 

Mrs. Loney Coley Selma, N. C. 

Mrs. J. L. Mebane, Visitor Box 214, Mebane, N. C. 

Miss Eldora Morehead 820 E. Boundary St., Charlottee, N. C. 

Mrs. A. Williams Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Sumpter 700 Lardye St., Wilson, N. C. 

Mrs. J. H. Dunston 716 Glenn St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Reatha Morgan Bailey, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie B. Glenn _ Bailey, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary E. Williams Rt. 7, Box 91, Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. Mannie George 905 Rankin St., Wilmington, N. C. 



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Mrs. Estella Benson Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 

Mrs. M. Summerville 515 Hanover St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha Council, Visitor Rt. 121, White Oak, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary Price 700 Church St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. W. A. Tutt 800 Church St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah Williams 522 Swan St., Wilmington, N. C 

Mrs. Hattie K. Yarboro 211 N. Dudley St., Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. Lucy White Colerain, N. C. 

Mrs. Charity Barnes, Visitor Bailey, N. C. 

Mrs. M. J. Brown P. O. Box 5, Bullock, N. C. 

Mrs. G. W. Billips 819 S. 7th, St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie Johnson Halifax St., Looksburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Cox 90 Bern St., New Bern, N. C 

Mrs. Mary E. Mitchell Rt. 2, Box 24, Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. Delia Dean 319 E. Spruce St., Goldsboro, N. G. 

Mrs. Alice B. Kerr, Jacksonville, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha Watkins Rt. 1, Box 60, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Emily Fuller Box 354, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Hulda S. Dove 310 Smith St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Dora Robinson Ever Green, N. C. 

Mrs. Roxie Rogers Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Charles Foster Rt. 5, Box 113, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Nealley B. Brown Rt. 2, Box 51, Chadbourn, N. C. 

Mrs. Isabella Adams Box 101, Jacksonville, N. C. 

Mrs. Lizzie Johnson 902 Johnson St., Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. Harriett Myers Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah Moore Box 82, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie James Lumberton, N. C. 

Mrs. Pattie Daugthry, Mill Neck Church, Rt. 2, Franklin, Va 

Mrs. Mary E. Dixon 44 Clingman Ave, Asheville, N. C. 

Mrs. M. P. Dixon 716 Red Cross St., Wilmington, N. C 

Mrs. V. T. Williams 1107 Pine St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Mabel Ellis Reed St., Wilson, N. 'C. 

Mrs. Pattie Sessoms E. Lenoir St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie L. Everette 317 Wayne Ave., Goldsboro, N. Cw 

Mrs. A. P. Wood 439 N. Dudley St., Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. Mittie Whitis 725 Baptist St., Greensboro, N. C 

Mrs. Turner Wall Madison, N. C. 

Mrs. Bettie Brown Clarkton, N. C. 

Mrs. Alice Tilman 155 Beaumont Ave., Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie McCoy 914% Watkins St., Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Lewis Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Bessie M. Cameron Timberlake, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary Squires 10 George St., New Bern, N. C. 

Mrs. M. E. Brannon 1019 E. Vance St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Lizzie B. Robinson Rt. 1, Box 217, White Oak, N. C. 

Mr. Luther Lee King Rt. 1, Box 13, Whitakers, N. C. 

Mrs. M. A. Satterfield Durham, N. C. 



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Mrs. Nancy E. Eaton Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Iola Thomas Creedmoor, N. C. 

Mrs. Susan Sanders 325 Myrtle Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie E. Venters Box 401, Washington, N. C. 

Mrs. Emily Jones Auburn, N. C. 

Mrs. Frances A. Murray Willard, N. Ct 

Mrs. Sallie J. White Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Rachel Currie Rt. 1, Box 11 

Mrs. C. C. Kellum 1219y 2 E. 16th. St.,Winston, N. C. 

Mrs. Bettie Henrihand 18 Granville St., Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Hariett Royster Penn Ave., Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Cora B. Long Franklinton, N. C. 

Mrs. Ella C. Pegues 125 E. S. St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Miss Sadie L. Fitts Littleton, N. G. 

Mrs. Julia A. Johnson Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Julia Long Box 174, Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. J. W. Thacker, Visitor Brown Summit, N. C. 

Mrs. Willie M. Richardson 1008 Thaxton Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Minnie Tharp Rt. 2, Box 41, Creedmoor, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary C. Butler, Visitor Roseboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucy Thompson Reidsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Beulah Harris Rt. 3, Box 124, Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. Millie A. Lewis Box 233, Selma, N. C. 

Mrs. Pattie Sellars 630 S. Ashe St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Carrie H. Gilmer 632 S. Ashe St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Octavia Bunn Rt. 2, Zebulon, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie Davis 1009 Cornel St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. H. J. Saunders Rt. 1, Wilson Mills, N. C. 

Mrs. W. H. Doweny Rt. 7, Box 66, Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Lethia Peace 12 Granville St., Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Caroline Umpsted Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Carrie Hicks 81 Granville St., Oxford, N. (X 

Mrs. W. J. Smoot 535 S. Macon St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie Rogers Box 264, Garner, N. C. 

Mrs. Carrie Pointer, Visitor 618 Morehead Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Lenora Hinton 905 Manly St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary Gerald Mt. Tabor, N. C. 

Mrs. Clara Nertz 408 Pine St. Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. Ida Chapman Washington, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie L. Christian 308 E. 9th. St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Murray Wahtar, N\ C. 

Mrs. Maria McNeill, Visitor Rt. 1. Wagram, N. C. 

Mrs. Ella Eason, Visitor Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Mabel Ellis Reed St., Wilson N. C. 

Mrs. Janie Beaman Clinton, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha Mainor Clinton, N. C. 

Mrs. Ana M. Williams 411 S. Park Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Tempie Whitted Durham, N. C. 



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Mrs. Maggie Bryant, Visitor Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Blonnie Slade, Visitor Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada V. Mitchell Durham, N. C. 

Miss Capitola Wilson 820 E. Boundary St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Effie Rogers 723 S. Bloodworth St., Raleigh, N. C 

Mrs. Vara Arrington Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Bertha Smith Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Lillie M. Tinnin Mebane, N. C. 

Mrs. Viola T. Bishop Rt. 1, Box 96, Powellsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Florida E. Simons Rt. 1, Box 96, Powersville, N. C. 

Mrs. Nancy J. Partin Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Mrs. Effie Fuller 213 Gatis St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary Witherspoon Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie Wright Faison, N. C. 

Mrs. Flora N. Thomas Box 80, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Louisa White Rt. 1, Box 82, Powellsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie E. B. White Powellsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Bernice Smith Rt. 2, Box 113, Coleraine, N. C. 

Mrs. Hannah Redman Rt. 3, Box 94, Coleraine, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary R. White Rt. 2, Box 82, Coleraine, N. C. 

Mrs. Texana Jenkins 121 Maple St., Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. E. E. Morgan 1020 E. Jones St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Bertie Spencer Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Lizzie White Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. M. E. Smith Shannon, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Fairley Rex, N. C. 

Mrs. Amanada Britt 506 Denmark St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Maggie Wylie 911 E. 1st. St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. A. L. Ranson Box 441, Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Martha Graham 120 Rowan St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. L. Brown 208 Williams St., Durham, N. C. 

Mr. John Rawls.Rt. 1, Box 180, Raleigh Road, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Amanda Robinson Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. L. M. Stokes Middlesex, N. C. 

Mrs. Beulah Jenkins Rt. 3, Box 14, Ahoskie, N. C. 

Miss Annye Dunigan 616 Price St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Ellen T. Powell Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mrs. I. H. Malloy Box 243, Maxton, N. C. 

Mrs. Ida Chambers Box 136, Marshville, N. C 

Mrs. B. H. Brandon Rogers Oxford, N. C 

Mrs. Eliza Wilson Durham, N. C- 

Mrs. Belle Johnson Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. Roberta Bunn Selma, N. C. 

Miss Nellie Lockett Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Virginia Butler Rt. 1, Box 117, 

Mrs. Ida Richards Box 65, Fremont, N. C. 

Mrs. Susie E. Davis Hendersonville, N. C. 

Mrs. Gertrude Vaughan 615 Winder St., Hendersonville, N. C. 



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Mrs. Rachel Currie Rt. 1, Box 11 

Mrs. A. C. Martin 535, Wadesboro, N. G, 

Mrs. Maggie Morgan 417 Dowd St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Burroughs Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Lela P. Browder Box 85, Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Christiania Hobson Rt. 9, Box 65, Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. L. L. Walker 407 S. Myers St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada Gunn 1 Statesville, N. C. 

Mrs. Dora Caldwell Statesville, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie P. Adams 634 Walker St., Statesville, N. a 

Mrs. Mattie Parker Oxford, N. C. 

Mrs. Viola McMillan 411 E. Pitt St., Tarboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Mannie Butler Rt. 1, Roseboro, N. C. 

Mrs. J. S. Brown 320 Troy Place, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Edna Roberts 1822 Fennell St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Adeline Hopkins Rt. 1, Box 43, Stem, N. C. 

Mrs. S. E. Brooks Reidsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucy Love Proctorville, N. C. 

Mrs. J. R. Weaver Winton, N. C. 

Mrs. Dora A. Newsome Ahoskie, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Jordan Winton, N. C. 

Mrs. S. H. Howard 413 Gillispie St., Fayetteville, N. C. 

Mrs. Kittie Fulmore Box 263, Lumberton, N. C. 

Mrs. Alice P. Tilley 803 Pickett St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Nannie T. Dickerson 606 Johnson St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Cora B. Sessoms Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Mrs. Sallie Crawford Charlotte, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah Gordon Sanford, N. C. 

Mrs. Sina Thomas Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Callie L. Tuck Sanford, N. C 

Mrs. Minnie Bevill 1016 S. Cedar St., Greensboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah Markham 921 Thaxton St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Sophia Johnson Louisburg, N. C. 

Miss Lydia Faucette 614 Canal St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Sallie Darden Lewiston, N. C. 

Mrs. Georgie Dwelle Fayetteville, N. C. 

Mrs. Vallie Welles Box 7, Adoram, N. C. 

Mrs. Helen S. Richmond 1008 Thaxton Ave., Durham, N. C. 

Miss Bessie M. Alston 1003 Willard St., Durham, N. C, 

Mrs. Martha Leonard Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Lillie Howard 1215 W. Pettigrew St., Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Daisy Pruden Farmville, N. C. 

Mrs. Helen Chambers Box 136, Marshville, N. C. 

Mrs. Elver Wilson Concord, N. C. 

Mrs. Emma Clarke Clairmont, N C. 

Mrs. Ruth Melton Concord, N. C. 

Mrs. Hattie J. Moore Roxboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Pearl Lemonds 58 Black St., Asheville, N. C. 



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Mrs. Rebecca James Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucy Johnson Box 382, Hillsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Catherine Wilkins Box 892, Dunn, N. C. 

Mrs. Edna L. Codrington Box 398, Dunn, N. C. 

Mrs. J. I. Cooke Box 443, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mrs. Charlotte L. Webb Rt. 4, Roxboro, N. C. 

Mrs. G. R. Pinkston 1015 S. 7th. St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Mrs. M. M. Lindsay Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. Geneva Daniel Box 57, Spencer, N. C. 

Mrs. R. W. Underwood 506 Miller St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Lucy Thomas Rt. 6, Roxboro, N. C. 

Mrs. Mary Joplin 223 W. 11th. St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mrs. Fannie B. Mason Box 567, Salisbury, N. C. 

Mrs. Melissa Allen 227 W. 11th St., Winston-Salem, N. C. 



CONSTITUTION 

Article I. — Name 

This Convention shall be known as the Woman's Baptist Home 
and Foreign Missionary State Convention of North Carolina. 

Article II. — Objects 

The object shall be to establish and improve Baptist Home 
Mission Circles in all Baptist churches and destitute sections of 
the State, to assist in supporting orphans, and to encourage and co- 
operate with the Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society, 
especially in that department of work known as the Fireside 
Schools, founded by Miss Joanna P. Moore, which aims to awaken 
interest in the study at home of the Bible and other good books 
and to get the whole household to attend both the Sunday School 
and preaching service; and to co-operate with the Missionary and 
Educational Convention of North Carolina in Home and Foreign 
Missions. 

Article III. 

Section 1. The Convention shall be composed of Home and 
Foreign Mission Circles, Bible Bands, W. I. C. Circles, Sunshine 
Bands, other organized bodies, and members in good standing of 
any Baptist church. 

Sec. 2. Any member of good standing in any Baptist church 
may become an annual member by the payment of one dollar. 



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Sec. 3. Any association or union composed of twenty-five cir- 
cles or more, may be represented by the payment of one dollar per 
circle. 

Sec. 4. Any money paid into either the general or local circle 
cannot be given back to the one who gave it. 

Article IV. 

Section 1. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, 
four or more Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Recording and Corres- 
ponding Secretaries, Auditor, and seven or more Managers, who 
shall constitute a Board of Managers. 

Sec. 2. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Con- 
vention and sign all orders upon the Treasurer. One of the Vice- 
Presidents shall perform the same duties in the absence of the 
President. 

Sec. 3. Vice-Presidents shall be elected from different parts of 
the State and act as superintendents of the work in their respec- 
tive sections, making a report to the convention at its annual meet- 
ing. 

Sec. 4. The Recording Secretary shall keep a faithful record 
of the proceedings of the Convention. She shall prepare the min- 
utes for the press. Her stationery and postage must be furnished 
by the Board of Managers. 

Sec. 5. The Treasurer shall hold all moneys and valuable 
notes belonging to the Convention, and shall pay all orders for 
money signed by the President and Recording Secretary. Her books 
shall be open for inspection by any member of the Board of Man- 
agers. She shall keep an account of donations and shall give such 
bond as the Board of Managers shall determine. She shall pre- 
sent quarterly reports to the board and annual reports to the 
Convention. 

Sec. 6. The Corresponding Secretary shall correspond with 
all organized bodies, receive quarterly money, and attend the gen- 
eral work of Convention during the year and make an annual re- 
port at the Convention. 

Sec. 7. The Auditor shall, before each annual meeting of the 
Convention, examine carefully the receipts, disbursements, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and her certificate to the facts in the 
case shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

Article V. 
Section 1. The Board of Managers shall have full power to 
carry out the objects of the convention. Take sufficient bond of 
the Treasurer. They shall employ missionaries, appoint their field 
of labor and fix the salaries. Any officer, board member, or special 
worker not attending the Convention nor sending any communica- 
tion in two successive years shall be dropped. 



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Sec. 2. The officers of the Convention shall be officers of the 
Board of Managers. 

Sec. 3. Seven members of the Convention with the officers 
shall constitute the Board of Managers. Five shall constitute a 
quorum to do business. The seven members of the board shall have 
the same privileges as special workers. 

Sec. 4. The board shall make annual report to the convention, 
giving a full account of its transactions during the year. 

Sec. 5. Special County workers approved by the board shall 
work in interest of the convention in their respective counties, 
making missionary collections from churches visited and bearing 
their traveling expenses from collections on their work, also to and 
from the Convention annually. 

Sec. 6. The actual traveling expenses of the Executive Com- 
mittee to and from place of meeting during the year shall be tak- 
en out of the general fund. 

Article VI. 
Section 1. All officers, managers and missionaries of the Con- 
vention must be members in good standing of regular Baptist 
churches. 

Sec. 2. This Constitution may be amended at any annual 
meeting by a tjpree-fourths vote of the members present, notice hav- 
ing been given twelve months previous. 



CONSTITUTION FOR LOCAL SOCIETIES 

Article I. — Name 
This society shall be called the Women's Missionary Circle of 

the__ Baptist church, auxiliary to the 

Women's Home Mission State Convention. 

Article II. — Object 
The object shall be to cultivate a missionary spirit in its mem- 
bers, and to aid the cause of missions, home and foreign. 

Article III. — Officers 
Its officers shall be the President, Vice-President, Secretary 
and Treasurer, to be elected annually. 

Article IV. — Membership 
Any one of good moral character, belonging to the Baptist 
church, and in good standing, may become a member of this Circle 



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by paying a fee of ten cents per month to the home and local mis- 
sion work. 

Article V. — Meetings 
The regular meetings of this Circle shall be held once a month; 
other meetings may be held at the call of the President. 

Article VI. — Duty of the Treasurer 
The Treasurer shall send all money designated to foreign and 
Chicago missions and for the Orphanages to the Treasurer of the 
State Convention, Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Oxford, N. C. The Treasurer 
shall hold all money for home work subject to the Secretary. 

Article VII. 
The Secretary shall keep a record and send a report of work 
done and money raised during the year to the Women's Home 
Mission State Convention of North Carolina. 

CONSTITUTION FOR COUNTY UNIONS 

Article I. — Name % 

This Union shall be known as the Women's Home Mission 

Union of County, auxiliary to the Women's 

Home Mission Convention of North Carolina. 

Article II.— Object 
Its object shall be to bring together the missionary workers 
of all the local missionary societies in the county for general Bible 
study, for spiritual strength, and to organize missionary societies 
in churches where there are none. 

Article III. — -Meetings 

The regular meetings shall be held once every three months or 
oftener, as the conditions may require, or the members may see fit, 
for the general good of the work. 

The officers shall be a President, who shall be elected as often 
as necessary, to preside over the body; and one General Secretary, 
who shall be elected annually. She must work up an interest in 
the meeting among the local societies by writing to each society in 
the county and sending some little program for the next meeting. 

She shall also take minutes of the meeting, if the sisters and 
Treasurer think it necessary. An offering shall be taken at the 



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close of each meeting for foreign missionary work and forwarded 
to the Corresponding Secretary, Miss M. A. Burwell, Raleigh, N. C. 
The following is a good program for Unions: 

Open with singing. 

Prayer. 

Bible Reading. 

Singing. 

Testimonials. 

Bible Lesson for one hour. 

Discussion. 

Bible Lesson. 

General Praise and testimanials. 

Singing. 

Offering. 

Benediction. 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE WOMEN'S HOME AND 

FOREIGN MISSION CONVENTION OF NORTH 

CAROLINA 

Forty-Fourth Annual Session 

Raleigh, N. C. — July 31, 1928. 

The Forty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Women's 
Home and Foreign Mission Convention of North Carolina 
was held in Tupper Memorial Church Raleigh, N. C, 
July 31— August 4, 1928. 

On Monday evening, at the Auditorium welcome ad- 
dresses and responses were listened too. 

Tuesday morning at 6 a. m. early praise service was 
conducted by Sister Lucy Thompson. Sister Bunn gave an 
interesting and helpful Bible lesson from Is. 52, in which 
we were admonished to arise and awaken to the duties 
before us. The lesson impressed all present. 

9 :20 at the church a Bible lesson was given by Mrs. 
McMillan : The Leadings of the Holy Spirit. 

1st. He takes our feet from the niirey clay. 

2nd. We are hindered because we do not allow the 
spirit to lead us. 

3rd. He will put a new song in our mouths. 

4th. The man is blessed who makes the Lord His 
trust. 

5th. He is our help and our deliverer. Prayer was 
offered by Sister Roberta Bunn. 

The President announced the house ready for busi- 
ness. Rev. Dawson welcomed the Sisters in a few well 
directed remarks. 

The delegates were enrolled and Committees ap- 
pointed. 

New members were introduced and made welcome. 

Some time was given for reports from special workers 



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and presidents of the unions and associations. Those 
reporting were Sisters Moore of Fayetteville ; Satterfield, 
of Rougemont; Louisa White, Bertie County; Moseley, 
Lumberton; Thomas, Louisburg; Ellen Powell, of Wake 
Forest ; Whitted, Durham ; Johnson, Western Union ; Ran- 
som, Oxford; Long, Franklinton; Anna Jenkins, West 
Roanoke Association ; Walker, Charlotte. 

At 12 o'clock, the subject, "Home and Christian In- 
fluence Conducive to Christian Service" was discussed. As 
Mrs. Scarlett was not present, Mrs. L. R. Chavis of Trini- 
ty, N. C, and Mrs. J. R. Weaver of Winton, N. C, led the 
topic. Many others followed in helpful suggestions. 

Prayer and dismission by Rev. G. A. Mial. 



WEDNESDAY MORNING 

6 A. M. Prayer Service was held in Shaw Chapel, 
conducted by Sister Thompson. Sister Bunn gave the 
Bible lesson. Many of the sisters took part in this service 
in the way of song, testimony and prayer. The Holy 
Spirit took charge of the meeting and all felt greatly ben- 
efitted. 

9 :30. In Tupper Memorial church, the president pre- 
siding. Introduced Mrs. M. A. Flowers of The Fireside 
School work in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Flowers expressed 
pleasure in meeting the Women of North Carolina in a 
body, and proceeded to teach the Hope lesson for that 
morning. The Bible Band prayer was repeated. The sub- 
ject of the lesson was, "God No Respector of Persons." 
Acts 10, 34-39. 

Memory verse, Romans 3-22. Lesson taught — Peter 
was prepared to meet Cornelius, and Cornelius was pre- 
pared to meet Peter. All who will humble their hearts 
God will be with and bless. The result of this prepara- 
tion — the Holy Spirit fell upon us all. A prayer was of- 
fered especially for all who were studying the lesson in 
Hope. 



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She gave an instructive talk on the Reading course for 
Fireside School pupils and insisted that reports be sent 
in to the headquarters that due credits might be given 
those who read the books. 

Delegates and visitors were introduced. The state 
missionary, Miss Wilson, made a report of work done 
during the year, which was very encouraging. She 
spoke especially of the district meetings held during the 
year, which is a new feature for the work. She reported 
ten W.I.C. Circles organized, 5 Circles, one S. S. Band, 
91 meetings held, and 118 religious visits. 

The Corresponding Secretary's report followed. It 
was interesting from beginning to end. (See report) . 

Mrs. Lucy Thompson made remarks commending the 
Missionary and Corresponding Secretary for their noble 
and tireless efforts to encourage and keep the missionary 
work before our people during the past year. 

The Treasurer made her report. Reports adopted. 
(See Report). 

Miss Lyon, our faithful Missionary came before the 
convention and made a few remarks, and said she would 
speak to them later on in the meeting. 

Dr. S. N. Vass, our faithful friend and brother from 
Nashville, Tenn., in his very pleasing manner, said he 
was happy to meet the Women's Convention of North 
Carolina and commended them for the great work they 
had done. Told of the power of God to heal our bodies, as 
in the case of our beloved President, who was unable last 
year to attend the annual meeting. He urged them all to 
go forward in the great work so well begun. 

Rev. J. L. Tilley, occupying the chair of Christian Ed- 
ucation at Shaw University, delivered a wonderful ad- 
dress on this all important subject. He reviewed some of 
the achievements which had been brought about by the 
Women of North Carolina. He then set forth the aims of 
Christian Education, and told how it might be obtained. 
Urged the studying of God"s law, in order that there 
might be a gradual growth. 

Mrs. Flowers made some helpful remarks. 

Dismission by Rev. Tilley. 



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THURSDAY MORNING 

6 A. M. praise service was conducted at Shaw Chapel. 
A great outpouring of the spirit was the blessing which 
came to all present. 

At nine o'clock, the young people had charge of pro- 
gram. (See Report in Junior Department). 

Miss Emma Patterson spoke impressively on Voca- 
tional Bible Schools. The aim of Vocational Bible Schools, 
she said, was to enable boys and girls to play the game of 
life as Jesus Christ played it. At eleven o'clock the Presi- 
dent in the chair, introduced Prof. Craver, who has re- 
cently been elected to travel in the interest of Shaw Uni- 
versity. 

Dr. G. 0. Bullock of Washington, D. C, spoke of the 
earnestness of the women and implored them to be real 
and true in their endeavors. Dr. Wharton, of Oxford, 
made a very timely talk on oneness of purpose. Mrs. 
Hattie Shepard and Mrs. A. L. Wood both made heartfelt 
talks on the objects of the Women's Convention, they 
being the only two present who had belonged to the con- 
vention since its organization. 

Dismission by Dr. Wharton. 



FRIDAY MORNING 

The early meeting was conducted by Sister Lucy 
Thompson at the grave of our beloved Sister Mial. Sing- 
ing, prayer and testimonies constituted the program. 
Her grave was decorated with white, and paper dollars 
laid on it as a Thank offering for African Missions ; the 
cause she loved so much and gave a great part of her 
life for. 

9 o'clock, devotionals led by Miss Wilson. "Jesus Paid 
It All" was sung. The lesson was taken from Acts, 1st 
Chapter, first 8 verses. The points emphasized in the 



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lesson were : The power, the program, and the place. 
The Holy Spirit, she said, is the power, The witnessing 
the program, and the place anywhere you can serve, at 
home or abroad. 

"Go Preach my Gospel" was sung. Sister Thompson 
made a report of the morning service at Sister Mial's 
grave, and reported $36.00 received. 

The committee on New Bodies reported as follows : 

Service Club, Louisburg $ 1.00 

Spring Green Circle, Columbus County 1.00 

Pleasant Hill, Mecklenburg County 1.25 

Davis Chapel S. S. B. Bullocks 1.50 

Baptist Grove S. S. B., Bullocks 1.00 

Zebulon Baptist S. S. B. Zebulon .75 

New Bethel, Pastors Aid, Winston 5.00 

W. I. C. C, Bullocks . 25 

First Baptist church, Fayetteville, Nickel Club 2.00 

Lawson Chapel, W. I. C, Roxboro .25 

Green Hill W. I. C, Smithfield .25 

St. Peters, Rockfish 1.00 

Flat Swamp, Fayetteville 1.00 

Roberts Chapel S. S. B., Goldston __ .25 

Wall St., S. S. B., Sanford .25 

W. I. C. Circle, Sanford 1.00 

Beauty Spot, Fayetteville 1.00 

Total No. New Bodies, 17— Amount Sent $18.75 

Respectfully, THE COMMITTEE. 

The report was adopted. 

The committee on time and place made the following 
report : 

We, your Committee on Time and Place, beg to submit the 
following report: That the Women's Convention meet with the 
First Baptist Church in Monroe, N. C, in 1929. 

The report was adopted, but later the name of place 
was changed to meet in Charlotte, N. C., in July, 1929. 

The Committee on Officers made their report : 

We, your Committee on officers, beg to report the following: 
We recommend that our officers remain the same for the year 
ending July 1929. 

Report adopted. 



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The Committee on Material for the Missionaries in 
Africa made the following report: 

We, your Committee on goods and garments received, wish to 
report the following: 

Tupper Memorial Church, Raleigh, 15 yds. cloth, 7 garments, 
2 towels. 

Senior Mission Circle, Wilson, 5 garments 10 % yds. cloth. 

Antioch Church Goldsboro, 10 yds. cloth. St. Marks Circle, 
4Ms yds. cloth. Antioch Church, Charlotte, 1 sheet, 3 towels, 1 
spool thread. 

One package from the following persons : 
Mrs. Carrie Jackson, 1 towel. 
Miss Mildred Hobbs, 1 yd cloth. 
Miss Mabel Thompson, 1 V2 yds cloth. 
Miss Lucy Caraway, 2 pillow cases. 
Miss Ennice Merritt, one garment. 
Miss Mattie Arrington, one garment. 
Mrs. Polly Alston, one garment. 
Sandy Grove Circle, Lumberton, 6 towels. 
Monroe, Gordensville Circle, 11 towels. 
White Rock, Durham, 31 garments. 
First B. Church, Wilmington, 10 yds. cloth. 
West Durham, Jr., Circle, 5 yds. cloth. 
West Durham, Sr. Circle, 10 yds. cloth. 
Mrs. Harry McNeely, Winston, 2 cards. 

Safety pins, 3 spools thread, 3 cakes soap, 1 pair stockings, 3 
garments. 

Ebenezer Circle, Greensboro, 22 yds. cloth. 
Mt. Bright Circle, Hillsboro, 1 quilt, 1 pair pillow cases, 12 
garments. 

Mt. Calvary, Goldsboro, 1 quilt, 4 yds. lace, 3 pairs pillows 
cases, 12 garments, 37% yds. cloth, 1 towel. 

Mission Circle, Faison, 2 garments. 

First Bap. Circle, Lumberton, 1 pair pants. 

Mt. Calvary Jr. Circle, 2 garments. 

Macedonia Circle, Farmville, 10 garments, 1 pair socks. 

Rosemary Circle, Chapel Hill, 7 pairs shoes. 

Whetstone, Oxford, 1 spool thread, 5 cakes soap, 1 card safety 
pins, 6 pairs hose, 28 yds. cloth. 

Mrs. Jones, Statesville, 45 Sunday School Cards. 



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Cumberland, Hoke and Robinson Co. Union, 75 yds cloth, 2 
Testaments, 2 garments. 

Ebenezer Circle Charlotte, No. 1, 22 yds. goods. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 

Committee on Annual Membership, reported as 
follows : 

Mrs. Sarah Hasty $1.00 

Mrs. Nellie Allen 1.00 

Mrs. Dora Caldwell .25 

Mrs. Isabelle M. Adams .25 

Mrs. Lizzie Taylor .50 

Mrs. Laura Moore .25 

Mrs. Lucy Thompson .25 

Mrs. L. W. Wertz .25 

Total $3.75 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 

The report was adopted. 

The Committee on Resolutions made their report 
through Mrs. L. B. Capehart. 

We, your Committee on Resolutions, beg leave to make the 
following report: 

Whereas; in the Annals of every people at crucial periods of 
their history, there has arisen a spirit of courage and sacrifice 
among the womanhood of the people to take the lead. In such 
times there have arisen women from our midst, women of keen in- 
tellect, of sound judgment and of indomitable purpose, who have 
thrown the strength of their personality into the construction of 
an organization that should carry the gospel message into the ends 
of the earth. These women are incapable of shoddy thinking and 
shoddy effort. From the beginning our convention has gone hand 
and soul with our brethren in one great State Convention in the 
work of redeeming the world from sin and suffering. 

The work and usefulness is shown by the thousands of dollars 
raised annually for the maintainance of our Missionaries upon 
the foreign field. 

But greatest of all is development of women who are leading 
this band of consecrated Christian workers; who are giving un- 
stintedly of themselves and their means to the cause of the Master, 
but we cannot, we must not, be satisfied with what we have done. 
Our vision must be forward-looking. We must anticipate the 



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needs of our people and govern our work accordingly. 

Therefore, be it resolved: 

That in addition to the work we have done, and are now doing, 
that our convention in the hope and purpose of increasing its in- 
fluence in the near future, undertake and establish and support an 
instructor at Shaw University during the summer school period, 
whose special work in connection with whatever other work may 
be assigned by the authorities of the University, will be to stress 
the work of the women's canvention; 

Second, That the delegates to the convention are hereby re- 
quested to make special efforts to spread among the people of their 
several homes the Christian principles and noble thoughts so ably 
set forth in the most eloquent addresses by Drs. Tilly, Vass and 

Talley - Respectfully, 

The Committee. 

The report was discussed by Mrs. E. C. Pegues and 
Miss M. A. Burwell. The report was heartily adopted. 

Rev. Tally made a wholesome talk to the Conven- 
tion. Mrs. S. N. Vass, of Nashville, Tenn., was called 
for remarks. 

Mrs. Vass congratulated the women of North Carolina 
for the splendid work they had done and urged them to 
go forward, taking part in every forward movement, 
such as the election of their public school teachers looking 
forward to the moral as well as intellectual training of 
the youth of our communities. 

Rev. Dawson made a strong plea for home missions. 
Rev. Tutt, Rev. Moore and Rev. Harris made short talks. 

Rev. C. C. Boone made a strong talk against the laxity 
of the American Church with its members. He said the 
customs of the American churches should be changed or 
the churches in Africa would make similar errors. 

The Committee on Obituary made the following 
report : 

We, your Committee on Obituary, beg to submit the following 
report: 

Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God to remove from labor 
to reward some of our dear ones during this year, 

Resolved, That we bow in humble submission to His divine 
will, and strive more zealously to do our part in holding Him up 
before a dying world. The following names have been handed in 
to the Committee. 



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Sisters Lena Timons, Laura Sims, Sarah King, Estelle Bell, 
Lessie Moore, Laura Gunn, Dora Manes, Beulah Hooper, Ella Rob- 
inson, Mattie Flowers, Lizzie Conely, Cynthia Ragland, Sarah E. 
Wilson, Cora Mabin, Ada Mitchell, Jane Harriston, Hanna Brown, 
Rosa Hill, Mary Simpson, Ella Melvin, Sarah Munson, Fannie 
Wilson, Fannie Mund, Julia Toomer, Bessie Adams, Rev. J. O. 
Hayes, Gracie Royster, Lizzie London, Cornelia Olden, Mollie Max- 
well, Priscilla Sanders, Hattie Evans, Ada Camblee, Lizzie Hum- 
phrey, Candace Alexander, Leah Harris, Fannie Freir, Cornelia 
Davis, Ruth Booth, Hettie Hogans, Nancy Johnson, Sallie A. 
Powell, Mary Day, Elsie Martin, Jane Koger, Mary Alston, Jan- 
nie Robinson, Sarah Wells. Respect fully, 

The Committee. 

"Jesus, Keep me Near the Cross", was sung. Remarks 
were made by many sisters relative to the lives of those 
who have passed away. Prayer was offered by Sister 
Mittie Whitis. The report was adopted. 

Mrs. Mollie Williams, of Halifax, was introduced. She 
made brief remarks. The Finance Committee made the 
following report, of money received : 

Anniversary money sent up $ 364.80 

Foreign Missions 425.00 

Home Missions 1748.60 

W. I. C. Circle & S. S. Bands 194.52 

By Letters 400.00 



Total $3132.92 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Committee. 



The report was adopted. 

Closing benediction by Rev. Jones. 



REPORT OF MONEY SENT UP FROM CIRCLES FOR 

ANNIVERSARY 

Wilmington, City Union $ 2.00 

First Baptist, Hamlet 4.25 

Spring Garden, Washington 5.00 

Western District, Hamlet 3.00 



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First Baptist, Powellsville 3.00 

Junior Circle, Granville Co 1.25 

Nickel Club, Fayetteville 1.00 

First Baptist, Winston-Salem 5.00 

West Durham, Durham 3.00 

Adoram, Wallace 3.75 

Shiloh, Greensboro 7.50 

Sandy Grove, Lumberton 7.50 

St. Paul, Charlotte 4.00 

Little Hope, Eocky Mount 2.00 

First Baptist, Winton _ 8.25 

Haywoods, Louisburg 1.75 

Winns Chapel, Mt. Olive 2.50 

First Baptist, High Point 8.75 

Win's Grove, Coleraine 2.00 

First Baptist, Henderson 1.00 

Mt. Zion, Rocky Mount 7.50 

St. John's, Shannon 2.50 

First Baptist, Louisburg 3.25 

Providence, Greensboro 12.00 

First African, Jr., Circle, Goldsboro 1.00 

New Bethel, Asheville 2.50 

First Bap. No. 1. Statesville 10.00 

Service Club, Louisburg 1.00 

New Kirks' Chapel, Willard 1.00 

First Baptist, Lumberton 5.50 

Ashby Grove, Henderson 1.00 

Junior Circle, Goldsboro .25 

First Baptist, Raleigh 12.50 

First Baptist, Fuquay Springs 3.25 

Flat Creek, Williamsboro 11.00 

Shady Grove, Spencer 2.00 

First Baptist, Trinity 5.00 

Missionary Association, Franklin Co 7.50 

Mt. Nebo, Wilmington __■ 3.50 

First Baptist, Wilson 5.60 

Earnest Workers, Maxton 3.00 

Auxiliary to Mud Creek association 9.00 

Mt. Zion, Winston-Salem 9.75 

Antioch, Goldsboro 2.50 

Gethsemane, Durham .75 

Seven Sisters' League, Wilson 1.25 

Star of Bethel, Hendersonville 2.75 

Central Baptist, Wilmington 3.75 

Forsythe Co, Union, Winston 4.50 

St. Mary's Evergreen 1.00 

Christ in Every Home Circle, Bailey .75 

Ebenezar Church Circle No. 2 2.50 



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Shiloh, Wilmington 5.00 

First Baptist, Charlotte 5.00 

Antioch, Charlotte 3.00 

First Bap. No. 1., Oxford _ 10.50 

Ebenezer, Sr., Circle 10.00 

Ooley Springs, Warrenton 5.00 

White Oak Circle 1.00 

E. Market St., Greensboro 4.00 

New Hope Circle 3.05 

Good Hope Circle 5.00 

Macedonia, Farmville 5.00 

First Baptist, St. Paul ^ 1.00 

Mt. Gilead, Jr., Circle .25 

First Baptist Ansonville 1.25 

First Baptist Circle, Badin 3.50 

Anson Co., Union 8.00 

Rowan Co., Union 20.00 

St. James, Rocky Mount 4.00 

Tupper Memorial, Raleigh , 8.00 

Senior Club, Jacksonville .75 

Women's Aux. Con., Mrs. Tuck 7.00 

S. S. Band, Roberts Chapel .75 

S. S. Band, Wall St., .75 

W. I. C. Circle, Wall St., 3.00 

Jr. Mission Circle, Raleigh .25 

Edwards Grove, Elberton 1.00 

Zion Hill, Coleraine 7.00 

Shiloh, Jr., Circle, Greensboro 2.25 

First Bap., Jr., Circle, Burlington 4.00 

Robeson Co., Union 5.00 

Bethel Bap. Circle, Brevard 2.50 

Union Bap. Circle, Tarboro 4.75 

Mission Circle, Roxboro 2.00 

Union Baptist, Durham 1.50 

Shady Grove Circle, Mt. Olive 2.50 

Mrs. Fannie B. Mason, Financial Secretary. 



REPORT OF CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Resume of The Women's Baptist Home and Foreign Missiona- 
ry State Convention. 

Read at the All-Baptist Celebration, in Raleigh, Aug. 
2, 1928. M. A. Burwell, Corresponding Secretary. 

In Luke 8:3 we find some women mentioned by name who fol- 
lowed Jesus and ministered unto Him of their substance. The Ne- 



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gro Bapist women as soon as they were free to work and earn 
wages for themselves followed the example of the women Jesus had 
trained for the first Missionary Society. The Negro Baptist wo- 
men even, when they had very few home comforts shared liberally 
with those who brought the Gospel message to them. In the early 
building program of the church the women organized themselves 
to cook and fed those who gave labor to build our first houses of 
worship. So we see the women have always been willing to do 
what they could to spread the gospel message. 

Sixty years ago missionaries were sent from the north who 
taught our people and helped them to organize churches ; but more 
particularly the work of the northern missionaries was among the 
women and children, organizing them into Missionary Societies 
and children's serving societies, and Sunshine Bands. From the 
literature the missionaries gave the women and children, many of 
the women caught a vision of the organized missionary work in 
other parts of the Country and became interested in having like 
organization in their churches. 

It was through some scrap of paper that Mrs. Sallie A. Mials 
caught her vision. After consulting with our great pioneer Mis- 
sionary and Educator, Dr. H. M. Tupper, on what she had read 
she began to put the things she had learned in practice. Mrs. 
Sallie A. Mials in 1878 organized a Missionary Society in the first 
Baptist church of Raleigh. Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Hattie Shepard 
were helpers to Mrs. Mials in this organization. 

About the same time Mrs. Mials began Missionary work in 
the First Baptist of Raleigh, a Missionary Society was organized 
at Shaw University, the Hayes and Flemings Missionary Society, 
named for Rev. J. O. Hayes and Miss Lulu C. Flemings, graduates 
of Shaw University, and were missionaries to Africa. 

From the influence of the Hayes and Flemings Mis- 
sionary Society other Missionary Societies were organized in 
different parts of the State of North Carolina. With the help of 
such northern missionaries as Miss Jackson in Raleigh, Miss 
Wough and Miss Williams of New Bern and others the Baptist 
Women of North Carolina were early organized in mission societies. 

About the year 1884 Mrs. Sallie A. Mials and Mrs. B. E. Green 
visited a large and inspiring gathering of christian workers in the 
north. On coming back they decided to organize in North Carolina 
a Baptist Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Convention. 
A meeting was called in the fall of 1884 to meet in Raleigh for the 
purpose of organizing. The first meeting was held at the Tupper 
Memorial church on South Blount St., other meetings were held at 
the first Baptist church on N. Salisbury St. Rev. J. A. Whitted 
preached in the first Baptist church for this New Convention, the 
Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary State Convention of North 
Carolina. 



28 Proceedings 44th Annual Session Women's 

Mrs. Lizzie Neely of Salisbury was the first elected president. 
After serving a few years Mrs. Neely left the state, went north to 
live. Mrs. B. E. Green one of the leading characters in the conven- 
tion presided over the meetings in the absence of the president. 
In 1893 Mrs. Pattie Gilliam Shepard was made president and 
serves the convention until the present time Mrs. Hattie Shepard 
Secretaries. Mrs. Sallie A. Eaton was elected Recording Sec- 
retary in 1895 and serves the Convention until the present time. 
Mrs. Lena Neal, Mrs. Nancy Walker, Miss Sallie Eaton, Mrs. An- 
nie Hill, Mrs. E. E. Smith, Miss Martha Wynne each served the 
convention as corresponding secretaries fro mone to two years. 
Mrs. B. H. Brandon was elected to the office of corresponding sec- 
retary in 1900 and served until 1917 when Miss M. A. Burwell 
was elected and serves until the present time. Mrs. N. F. Roberts 
was the first treasurer of the convention. At her death, Mrs. Tins- 
ley of Oxford was elected treasurer and served the convention for 
two year. Then Mrs. Virginia King of Greenville became Treasur- 
er and served the convention until 1899 when Mrs. A. L. Ransom 
was elected treasurer and serves until the present time. Mrs. S. A. 
Mial was State Missionary for the convention until her death in 
April of 1917. 

Beginning with just a few circles we now have more than three 
hundred organized missionary bands representing directly into the 
convention with many other coming to us through associations and 
Unions. A large amount of personal service work is done. 

In the early years of the convention, we co-operated in work 
with the Woman's American Baptist Home Mission Society. In 
1889 a missionary training school was established at Shaw Uni- 
versity with Miss Elhers and later Miss Miller as preceptors. The 
work of the graduates from this department wonderfully helped 
the growth of the Missionary work in the State. It was from this 
department that Mrs. S. A. Mials received her training. Graduates 
from the Missionary department of Shaw University were placed 
in a number of city churches and Baptist Secondary schools, these 
Missionary workers organized Missionary Circles and Sunshine 
Bands co-operating with the work of the State Convention and 
causing the work to grow rapidly. 

We remember Miss Addie Morris as one of these missionary 
workers stationed at Winston-Salem. Later Mrs. Mials found help- 
ers in the several counties where she worked and organized. These 
were appointed by the convention as county and district missionary 
workers. The earnest self denied service of these women has meant 
more than we can express to the growth and interest in Missionary 
work in North Carolina. Many of the early county and district 
missionaries still live and are actively engaged in the work. The 
number of these workers have been increased from year to year. 
It is the aim of the convention to have one or more special mission- 
ary workers in each county of the state. The convention has always 



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encouraged the work of the Fireside School ; they have enrolled from 
North Carolina 309 club-holders, 5101 Hope subscriber, 174 Sun- 
shine Bands. 

The convention through its workers organized the following 
bands. Sunshine Band, W. I. G., or What I Can Circles, Missionary 
Circles, and County Union. Boy's Band called Dan Knights. The 
Cradle Roll Department under the supervision of Mrs. A. L. 
Ransome has caused many Sunday Schools to take an interest in 
the babies. 

After the death of Mrs. Mial the service of Miss Carrie 
Dabney was secured. She served the convention as missionary for 
about two years. Miss Dabney came to us from the National Train- 
ing school of Durham, N. C. In 1920 Miss Capitola Wilson of 
Charlotte, N. C, accepted the work as missionary for the conven- 
tion. Miss Wilson received her training at the Moody Bible School 
in Chicago. The Woman's Baptist work in North Carolina has al- 
ways been given close supervised motto of the convention: "Christ 
in Every Home." 

Our co-operative working plan: 

1. Every baby born in a Baptist family enlisted in the Cradle 
Roll Department co-operating with the Sunday School. 

2. Every neighborhood with a Sunshine Band, seeking to get 
the same children to attend some Sunday School. 

3. Every Baptist church with a W. I. C. Circle reading good 
books and discussing the same. 

4. Every Baptist church with a missionary circle, keeping alive 
and encouraging the spirit of mission in the whole church. 

5. Every county with a special mission worker to help the 
circles to stay in line with the plans of the convention. 

6. Every county with a missionary Union for inspiration and 
instruction. All working in harmony and representing in the State 
Convention. 

Not being able to find a number of our minutes we can not 
tabulate accurately the work done and the amount raised. Leaving 
off twelve years of our record we have raised for Home Mission 
$27,972.46. The convention employes two workers on the Home 
Field, two missionaries on the Foreign field, donates to Christian 
Education to Shaw University, Orphan Asylum and the Fireside 
school work and the paper, used as an organ for the demonination, 
$15,000 directly from the Woman's convention of orth Carolina 
the Foreign work. A much larger amount has gone through the 
Latt Carey Convention for foreign work from the Baptist women of 
North Carolina. The success of the convention and its work has 
been steadily on the increases since its organization. The meetings 
have been always highly spiritual. The convention has always had 
earnest, faithful, self-denying officers and missionary workers. 
Some of the men of the state have shown interest in the woman's 



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work. Eev. Robt. Shepard and Rev. G. A. Mial frequently accom- 
panied their wives to the convention and helped the women in their 
work. It is fair to say that this paper only mentions a small propor- 
tion of the missionary and church work that is done by the Baptist 
women of North Carolina. As the work grew there was a separa- 
tion of representation so there are many missionary organizations 
scattered over the state that were inspired to organize by the work 
of the State convention. But it is hard to get the statistics from the 
influence from such meetings as this. We hope to have a mission- 
ary circle in every Baptist church, all represented in one great 
State Convention, all equally interested in the spreaed of the 
Gospel throughout the world. 

REPORT OF CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES 
Total for Year 1927-28 

Circles $ 534.70 

Unions 528.23 

W. I. C. Circles 88.20 

S. S. Bands 21.00 

Scholarship Fund 183.00 

$1,355.13 
See Statistical Report 

Brought Forward 18.43 

Quarterly Money 1,355.13 

Sale of Literature 17.63 

Received from Treasurer, Collection, Letters 239.38 

Total Received $1,630.57 

Expense for 1927-1928 

Traveling Expense 66.63 

Box to Africa 27.27 

Stamped Envelopes and Cards 22.45 

Fireside School literature 26.45 

Phone Bills 4.20 

Books for Brewerville Mission Station 27.23 

Total $ 174.54 

Sent to Mrs. A. L. Ransome, Treasurer $1,340.43 

Paid for Miss Minnie C. Lyon, board 50.00 

Sent to Mrs. Cora A. Thomas on Matron's Salary 65.00 

Corresponding Secretary Expense 174.54 

Total Disbursed $1,629.97 

Total Received $1,630.57 

Total Disbursed $1,629.97 

M. A. Burwell, Corresponding Secretary 



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SCHOLARSHIP FUND AND FOREIGN MISSION MONEY 

Miss Florence Eaton, Raleigh $25.00 

Rev. G. A. Mial, Raleigh 25.00 

First Baptist S. S., Raleigh 25.00 

First Baptist Mission Circle, Raleigh 18.75 

White Christmas Money First Baptist, Raleigh, For Books. _ 27.35 

First Baptist Church, Charlotte 25.00 

Elizabeth Baptist church, Monroe, Mrs. A. C. Robinson 7.00 



TREASURER'S REPORT FROM JULY 15, 1927, TO JULY 15, 

1928 

Convention Money Received 

Brought Forward $ 584.79 

July 13, From Finance Committee 1,402.04 

July 20, From Miss M. A. Burwell 183.00 

August 17, From Miss M. A. Burwell 53.25 

August 25, From Sisters, West Roanoke Union 200.00 

Quarterly Receipts 

Received of Secretary during the year $1,139.95 

Received directly from the Field during year 457.76 



DISBURSEMENTS FROM JULY 15, 1927, TO JULY 15, 1928 
FOR HOME MISSIONS 

1927 

July 15 — To Rev. A. A. Graham, donation $ 20.00 

July 15 — To Mrs. J. Lewis, service 3.00 

July 15— Rev. M. W. Williams, for Union Reformer 100.00 

July 15 — To Mrs. C. L. Lanier, services 15.00 

July 15— To Mrs. T. S. Eaton, compiling minutes 30.00 

July 15 — Printing, postage, etc 44.69 

July 15— To Mrs. P. G. Shepard, donation 25.00 

July 15— To Hon. H. P. Cheatham for Orphan Asylum. __ 40.00 

July 15 — To Rev. E. Wimberly, services.. 5.00 

July 15 — To Rev. T. H. Dwelle, traveling expenses 5.00 

July 15— To Rev. W. C. Williamson, services 2.00 

July 15— To Rev. I. S. Riddick, services 5.00 



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July 15 — To Rev. R. W. Underwood, services 5.00 

July 15 — To Rev. J. H. Moore, services 10.00 

July 15— To Mrs. L. L. Walker, services 5.00 

July 15 — To Mrs. Viola McMillan, services 5.00 

July 15 — Mrs. Susan Williams, donation 2.50 

July 15 — To Amanda Britt, sexton 5.00 

July 29— To The Bank for a Bad Check 1.50 

Aug. 2— To Mfg. Printing Co., for badges 3.50 

Aug. 2 — To Five and Ten Cents Store, for ribbon 4.00 

Aug. — To Miss Capitola Wilson, traveling expenses 

from Powellsville 5.00 

Sept. 1 — To Mrs. T. S. Eaton, traveling expense to Golds- 

boro 7.35 

Sept. 1 — To Treasurer, traveling expense to Goldsboro 8.74 

Sept. 1— Orgen Printing Co ___ 53.00 

Sept. 1 — To Mr. R. L. Shepard, transfering delegates to 

Durham 12.00 

Sept. 1 — -To Mrs. Amanda Britt, expense to worker 

meeting 3.00 

Sept. 1 — To Treasurer for services first quarter 25.00 

Nov. 4 — To D. O. S. Bullock, for expense of board meeting 4.62 

Nov. 4— To Rev. M. W. Williams, Union Reformer 25.00 

Nov. 4— To Dr. O. S. Bullock, Shaw University 200.00 

December — To Mrs. T. S. Eaton, expenses 6.19 

December — To the Bank for bad check 1.50 

December — To Mrs. Callie Moore 2.00 

1928 

January — To Mrs. P. G. Shepard, telephoning and stamps 9.75 

January— To Mr. J. G. Hall, ledger 1.00 

January — To Treasurer for services for second quarter — 25.00 

January-— To Dr. O. S. Bullock for mimeograph 93.00 

January — -To Literature 2.65 

January — To Delegates expense to the Powellsville Union. 11.50 

January — To Miss Ella Evans, services 90.00 

March 16— To Mrs. L. Wall 1.10 

March 16 — To Dr. O. S. Bullock, transfering delegate to 

Greensboro _ 16.63 

March 16 — To Mrs. P. G. Shepard, traveling expenses 7.34 

March 16 — To Mrs. M. A. Satterfield, traveling expenses. 1.95 
March 16 — To Mrs. L. L. Walker, expenses to workers 

meeting 5.00 

March 16 — To Mrs. A. L. Ransom, expenses to workers 

meeting 7.00 

April — To Treasurer for services for third quarter. 25.00 

April — To Mrs. M. A. Flowers, for books 25.00 

April — To Treasurer, for telephoning and stamps 10.00 

May — To Miss M. A. Burwell to help buy supplies — 



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for the use of the mimeograph 15.00 

for office help 10.00 

1928 

June 7 — To Mrs. P. G. Shepard, mailing minutes 34.00 

June 15 — To Mrs. P. G. Shepard, Stationery, postage and 

Telephone 13.33 

June 15— To Mrs. T. S. Eaton, telephoning, etc 3.88 

June 19 — To Oxford Manufacturing Co., printing minutes. 198.00 

June 19 — To Oxford Manufacturing Co., badges 5.50 

June 19 — To Miss M. A. Burwell, salary for 11 months— 550.00 

June 19 — To Miss Capitola Wilson, salary for 11 months. 550.00 

June 19 — Expenses for the fourth quarter 25.00 

For Foreign Missions 
1927 

Aug. 10— To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, salary 1st quarter. __ $100.00 

Aug. 1 — To Minnie C. Lyons, salary 1st quarter 150.00 

September — To Mrs. L. C. Lanier, expenses to Lott Carey 

• Con. 24.90 

Nov. 10 — To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, salary for 2nd quarter 100.00 

Nov. 10 — To Miss Minnie C Lyons, salary for 2nd quarter 150.00 

March — To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, for scholarships 207.50 

Feb. 10 — To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, salary for 3rd quarter 100.00 
May 10 — To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, scholarship and 

medicine 28.00 

May 10— To Rev. J. A. Hayes, donation 50.00 

May 10— To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, salary for 4th quarter 100.00 
May 10 — To All other expenses for Foreign Missions 

during the year 46.75 

June — To Mrs. Cora P. Thomas, matron salary 65.00 

Money received during the year $4,020.80 

Money Spent 

Money spent for Home Missions $2,426.22 

Money spent for Foreign Missions 1,122.15 



Total amount spent $3,523.37 

Balance on hand $472.43 



REPORT OF MISS CAPITOLA WILSON, STATE MISSIONARY 

Madam President, and members of the Convention: Looking 
back over 1927-28 we feel that more real work was accomplished 
and territory covered than in any year since coming on the field 
in 1920. 



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At a board meeting December 27 plans were made for seven 
district meetings to be held in the State during the year under my 
supervision. Beginning work to that end in January, the first 
meeting was in Greensboro, then Salisbury, Washington, Rocky 
Mount, Wilmington, Statesville, and Asheville — reaching every 
county either through correspondence or in person. It has been a 
pleasure to visit towns where the sisters returned from district 
meetings and put in operation some of the ideas and suggestions 
given. W. M. Circle, Sunshine Bands, and Knights of Daniel have 
been organized. If there could be a mission study class in each 
section of the State for about three doys, where the sisters from 
several counties could come and be taught the Bible and some bood 
books or missions, it would be helpful, not only to these taking this 
course, but the State at large. 

The following is a monthly report of work done during the 
past year: 

June 21, to July 21, 1927 — W. I. C, Dunn, $21. Personal dona- 
tion, Dunn, $1.00. Wynn Chapel, Mt. Olive, $3.00. St. James 
Mission Circle, Rocky Mount, $1.50. Shiloh, neaer Whitakers, $4.25.. 
First Baptist, Enfield, $5.00. Visits, 32, Meetings, 10. Money Col- 
lected, $15,75. 

July 21, to August 21, 1927— Mt. Calvary Sunday School, Gas- 
tonia, $1.25. Friendship Sunday School, Gastonia, 50c. Mt. Peace 
Sunday School, Belmont, $2.00. First Baptist, Statesville, $2.50. 
Shady Grove, Spencer, $3.80. Young People Meeting, West Dur- 
ham, $3.05. Total Collected, $20.60. Visits, 10. Meetings, 4. Circles 
organized, 1. 

August 21, to September 21, 1927 — New Ahoskie, Ahoskie, 
$5.00. Calvary, Ahoskie, $4.25. East Roanoke Union, near Edenton, 
$5.00. Total, $14.25. Visits, 20. Meetings, 8. 

September 21, to October 21, 1927 — Aux. Blue Ridge, Con., 
Waynesville, $3.00. New Bethel, Asheville, $2.52, B. Y. P. U., Mt. 
Zion, Asheville, $5.00. Mission Circle, Mt. Zion, Asheville, $5.65. Aux 
Mt. Catawba, Asso., Hickory, $5.00, Knox Grove, near Elmwood, 
$1.50. Iredell, Co., Union, Statesville, $2.25. Lane Creek Aux., 
Guielfield, $1.30. Total collected $26.22. Visits, 15. Circles organized, 
1. Meetings, 10. 

October 21, to November 21, 1927— First Baptist, Shelby, 
$2.10. Mission Meetings, Gastonia, $1.30. City Mass meeting, 
Charlotte, $64.45. First Baptist, Monroe, $2.00. Shiloh, Maxton, 
$2.50. Jones Chapel, Red Springs, $3.50. W. I. C, St. John, 
Sharon, $1.00. First Baptist, Clinton, $8.00. W. I. C, Burgaw, 50c. 
Mission Circle, Shiloh, Wilmington, $1.50. Bladen County Union, 
near Abbottsburg, $5.00. Money raised, $91.85. Visits, 22. Meet- 
ings, 12. 

November 21, to December 21, 1927 — First Baptist, Oakboro, 
$1.00. Mission Circles, Troy, $1.00. Woman Con. of W. N. C. and 
N. S. O., $25.00. First Baptist, Burlington, $5.00. Total, $32.00. 
Meetings, 10. Visits, 12. 



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December 21, to January 21, 1928 — Aux. Lane Creek Associa- 
tion, $6.10. Beulah Baptist, Concord, $1.50. Anson and Union 
County Union, $2.00. Visits, 10. Meetings, 6. Total collected, $9.60. 

January 21, to February 21, 1928 — Mission Circle First 
Baptist, Winston-Salem, $2.00. Forsyth County Union Baptist, 
Winston-Salem, $3.00. New Bethel Mission Circle, Winston-Sa- 
lem, $2.00. Mt. Zion Church, Winston-Salem, $3.00. Shiloh Sunday 
School, Winston-Salem, $2.25. Rowan Co. Union, Salisbury, $3.00. 
Gethsemane Sunday School, Salisbury, $2.75. Mission meeting, 
Union Baptis?, Lexington, $1.50. Mission meeting, First Baptist, 
Graham, $1.50. Total, $23.00. Visits, 12. Meetings, 8. 

February 21, to March 21, 1928 — First Baptist, Franklinton, 
$1.25. First Baptist, Mission Circle, High Point, $1.30. Personal 
donation, Reidsville, 25c. Mission Circle, Immanuel Baptist, 
Thomasville, $1.00. Harshaw Grove, Randleman, $2.00. St. John, 
Ashboro, $1.75. Raleigh District meeting, Greensboro, $4.15. Samp- 
son Co. Union, Red Hill church, $6.00. First Baptist, Siler City, 
$2.00. Edward Grove, Liberty, $1.60. Total, $20.60. Visits, 21. 
Meetings, 12. Circles Organized, 1 W. I. C. 

March 21, April 21, 1928 — Cedar Grove near Mocksville $4.70. 
First Baptist, Mocksville, $1.70. Charlottee district meeting Salis- 
bury, $3.15. First Baptist, Belhaven, $1.60. Total, $11.15. Visits 
14. Meetings, 6. Towns visited, Scranton, Shelbyville, Bear Pop- 
lar, Morrisville, Belmont. 

April 21, May 21, 1928 — Philadelphia Baptist Church near 
Camden, $3.59. New Shiloh, Shiloh, $2.39. Willing Workers Club, 
Corner Stons Baptist, Elizabeth City, $1.00. Mission Circle, First 
Baptist, Hertford, $2.00. Warren Grove, near Edenton, $1.61. Gale 
St. Baptist Church, Edenton $1.50. Providence Baptist church, 
Edenten, $1.00. Triumph Baptist Church, Wharton, $7.27. District 
Meeting, Washington, $2.25. Total, $22.61. Visits 25. Meetings, 14. 
Circles organized, 1. Town svisited, Parmele, Williamston, Rob- 
ersonville, Greenville. 

May 21, June 21, 1928 — First Baptist, South Port $1.10. Bap- 
tist Church, Ellenboro, $2.15. Wilmington District Meeting, $5.50. 
Rocky Mount district meeting, $3.54. Baptist church, Catawba, 
$1.10. Pee Dee Union, Hamlet, $6.50. First Baptist, Wilson,$2.00. 
Total, $21.89. Meetings, 5. Visits, 5. Circles organized 1 mission 
circle. 

June 21, July 21, 1928 — District Meeting, Statesville, $5.41. 
Mission circle, Lenoir, $1.00. Maiden Chapel, Maiden, $2.00. First 
Baptist, Dallas, $2.30. Lane Creek Union Liberty Hill Church $1.00. 
First Baptist Sunday School, Wadesboro, $1.00. Second Baptist 
Sunday School, Wadesboro, $1.05. First Baptist, Ansonville, $1.00. 
Providence Mission circle, Rockingham, $1.00. Wilson Co. Mission 
Union, Wilson, $1.32. Wilson County Sunday School Convention, 



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Lucama, $2.00. Total, $19.08. Visits, 30. Meetings, 7. Circles 
organized, 1. 

Total for the Year Ending July 31, 1928. 

Meetings, 100. 

Circles organized, 10. 

Visits, 187. 

Money collected, $298.87. 

Sent to Treasurer, $74.50. 

Expenses. $224.35. 



WORDS FROM LOCAL WORKERS 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom, Box 441, Oxford, N. C. Granville Co., 
Circles organized 1. Sunshine Band, 1. Miles traveled 475. Talks 
made in interest of work 15. Religious visits 25. New subscribers 
to Hope 40. Bible Readings 12. 

Mrs. Flora Thomas, Franklin Co., Louisburg, N. C. Circle or- 
ganized 1. Sunshine Bands 1. Miles traveled 146. Talks made for 
the work 20. Religious visits in interest of mission work 10. 

Mrs. Frances Murray, Pender Co., Willard, N. C. Circles or- 
ganized, 2. W, I. C. Circle, 1. S. S. Bands, 1. Miles Traveled, 302. 
Talks made for work 50. Religious visits 25. New subscribers to 
Hope 5. No. Bible Readings held 54. 

Mrs. Fannie Wright, Duplin Co., Faison, N. C, Talks made in 
interest of the work 48. Religious visits in interest of missions 40. 
Bible Readings held 48. 

Mrs. Isabelle Moseley, Robeson Co., Lumberton, N. C. Circles 
organized 5. W. I. C. Circles 1. S. S. Bands 6. Miles travelled 391. 
Talks made 47. Missionary visits 19. New subscribers to Hope 7. 
Bible Readings 68. Every church in our County has a Mission Cir- 
cle. Whether active or inactive, a circle has been organized. 

Mrs. Polly S. Rogers, Rt 4, Box 56., Vance Co., Henderson, N. 
C. Circles in Union 33, W. I. C. Circles 9. S. S. Bands 4. Miles 
travelled 75. Talks made in interest of the work 36. Religious visits 
in interest of mission work 12. New subscribers to Hope 4. 

Mrs. Martha Satterfield, Rougemont, N. C. Reorganized 1 
circle. Organized 1 W. I. C. Circle. Two Sunshine Bands. Miles 
travelled 60. Talks for the work 50. Religious visits 50. New sub- 
scribers to Hope 4. Bible Readings 40. Am trying to organize 
the mothers and children in the neighborhood. 

Mrs. Lucy White, Bertie Co., Coleraine, N. C. No special work 
outside. Am sending $2.00 self denial money for 1928. 



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Mrs. Delilah Pritchett, 411 Beech St., Greensboro, N. C. Circles 
organized 3. W. I. C. Circle 1. Miles travelled 48. Talks made for 
the work 10. Visits 10. Bible Readings 12. 

Mrs. Emma Murray, Pender Co., Watha, N. C. Circle organ- 
ized 1. Miles travelled 24. New subscribers to Hope 1. Meetings 
held 8. Am trying to do all I can for the work. 

Mrs. Ella Ryan, Wilson Co., Bailey, N. C. Circle organized 2. 
W. I. C. Circles 1. S. S. Bands 1. Talks for Mission work 12. Re- 
ligious visits 20. Books sold 24. New subscribers to Hope 14. Meet- 
ings held 25. 

Mrs. Bettie Brown, Scotland Co., R. F. D. 2 Laurinburg, N. 
C. Circles in Union 33, W. I. C. Circles 9. S. S. Bands 4 .Miles 
traveled 200., Talks made for Missions 18. Religious visits 27. New 
subscribers to Hope 9. Sent up for foreign missions this year 
$30.00. 

Msr. Emma Lewis, Oxford, N. C. Sent to Miss Lyon from the 
Friday noon meeting, Smith Hill $8.00. Visits 5. Money given $3.05. 
Fruit 1 can and 1 basket. Package of clothes and flour. 

Mrs. Martha Manor. Circles visited 4. organized 1 Busy Bee 
Club. Talks made for the work 5. Am hoping to organize one Cir- 
cle soon. 

Mrs. Annie C. Martin, Wadesboro, N. C. organized this year 
5 Sunshine Bands. 4 W. I. C. Circles 2. Missionary Circles. Made 
25 visits. We had two converts in our meetings. Mrs. A. C. Robin- 
son, President. 

Mrs. Tempie Whitted, Durham, N. C. Am glad to say I am still 
in the work. Revived two Circles. Organized 1 S. S. Band. The 
work is growing. 

Mrs. L. L. Walker, Charlotte City Union, , We meet quarterly. 
Interest growing. Officers meet once a month. Local Circles send 
up encouraging reports. 

Mrs. Ada Glenn, Statesville, N. C. Organized 2 Junior Circles, 
One W. I. C. Circle. Revived one S. S. Band. Made fifteen talks. 
And 25 visits. Sold 50 books. New subscribers to Hope 5. Bible 
Reading 25. The work is growing. 

Mrs. Frances Murray, Willard, N. C. Organized 2 Circles, 1 
W. I, C. Circle, 1 S. S. Band made 50 talks for the work. 25 Relig- 
ious visits. Bible readings 54. ew Hope Subscriber 5. Pray for 
me. 

Mrs. Sarah Moore, Fayetteville, N. C. Organized 2 Circles. 
Two S. S. Bands. One W. I. C. Circle, Made 10 Religious visits, 10 
Mission talks, 40 Bible Readings, One New Hope cubscriber. 

Mrs. Anna Malloy, Maxton, N. C. organized two mission Cir- 
cles, one W. I. C. Circle. One S. S. Band. Made 30 talks. Five 
visits. New Hope Subscriber 7. Bible Readings 7. 



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Mrs. Sallie M. Barbour, Wilson, N. C. The Lord has blessed 
us this year spiritually and financially. We are praising Him for 
His goodness. Pray for us that we may do more in the future. 

Mrs. Ida Chambers, I am doing my best to get our people to 
do more Home and Foreign mission work. I ask the prayers of the 
Convention that I may get my people to see just how to work. 

Other workers made reports, viz.; Sisters Louise White, Lucy 
Lee, Bele Johnson, Emma Burroughs, Ida Richards, Mary Gerald, 
Lucy Love, Callie Tuck, L. W. Wertz, Ella Morgan, Cora Long, 
Delia Dean, Minnie McCoy, Susie Davis, J. E. Nelson, Sallie Dar- 
den, Texanna Jenkins, and L. R. Chavis, Amanda Britt. Most of 
these are officers in Unions or associations and all are doing a 
great work for the Master in forwarding His Kingdom on earth. 




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THE WOMEN'S CONVENTION AND THE DEVELOPMENT 
OF OUR YOUNG PEOPLE 

By Mrs. A. B. Johnson 

Ever since Christianity has been set forth and practiced the 
missionary spirit has been an embodiment and exemplification of 
these principles. God the Father of all, has always had and has 
the missionary heart and attitude toward man. The missionary 
spirt came from God. Christianity as it is so known is an out- 
growth of God's great missionary love toward mankind. 

It sufficeth to say: 

For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, 
that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish but have ever- 
lasting life. This is the very essence of mission personified. 

Jesus came and announced his program. He and the Father, 
being one in agreement on the plan of righteousness, it is found 
they were in full unison o nthis vital and all-important matter of 
meeting the need of mankind. In fact there is never any conflict 
in the triune Divinie Council. It is none the less real and true in 
this matter of doing for man. It might be stated that the progTam 
and platform of Jesus are at least partly summarized as follows: 

"For the Son of man is come to seek and save that which was 
lost". And Jesus stated further, 

"The spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed 
me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the 
broken hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recover- 
ing of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, 

"To preach the acceptable year of the Lord." 

This is at least a part of heaven's approved program. 

Aside from the general program of Jesus He showed intense 
interest in children. 

He could be seen at the market place and various other places 
giving attention to the children. It was in evidence. He wanted 
to get hold of their young lives and bless them and prepare them 
for His service. Some showed no desire to have Jesus give attention 
to children. But no doubt you remember what Jesus said on one 
occasion to express His attitude in the matter: Suffer little chil- 
dren, and forbid them not, to come unto me : for of such is the 
kingdom of heaven. 

Jesus was and is concerned in all groups, ages and sizes of 
humanity. The Women's Home and Foreign Mission Convention 
of North Carolina being a part of the projected program of Jesus 
for the extension of the kingdom of righteousness has sought and 



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is seeking to touch and help all groups and all ages. We are con- 
cerned in this discussion — especially in the phases of training and 
developing properly the young people. 

The agencies through which our convention effects and ope- 
rates its plans are: the cradle roll, the kindergarden, the sunshine 
band, the W. I. C. 



CRADLE ROLL 

In this department the beginning is started from the begin- 
ning of the actual personal existence of the individual. The in- 
fant, through the efforts of the mission circle, is enrolled in the 
Cradle Roll Department of the Sunday School. They are kept in 
this department until they reach four years of age. The Sunday 
School and Mission Circle keep in touch with children and pa- 
rents by opportune and friendly visits. An enrollment record is 
kept at the Sunday School and circle and an enrollment certificate 
is furnished and posted in the home of the child. Seasonal and 
birthday cards and timely greetings are sent to parents and child- 
ren. At certain well-planned times parents are requested to bring 
cradle roll children to the Sunday School and circle and a special- 
ly arranged program for the purpose will be carried out for them 
that are in and present and to attract others to join and share the 
benefits. 

Through the Cradle Roll Department the earliest impressions 
for good may and will be made upon the children. A heart filled 
with the love of Christ, warmed with love for children and a burn- 
ing zeal to serve and help among and for children ; kindly words 
seasoned with love and grace, prudent demeanor and tactful pro- 
cedure are some of the necessary requisites and essentials in ac- 
complishing desired results. An upstanding and pure life and a 
genuine and sincere interest manifested in helping the children and 
their parents are some of the other necessary qualifications. By 
such means the Women's convention has striven to make its con- 
tribution in helping to get the prospective manhood and woman- 
hood started and kept in the right direction. 

KINDERGARTEN 

From the Cradle Roll Department the children are promoted 
to the kindergarten department. The kindergarten includes from 
the ages four to six years old. This group of children is regular 
attending session of the Sunday School and circle. They are 
taught short and suitable stories, verses and so on and by suitable 
leaders. Correct Sunday School and church conduct are given 
and begun to be followed. In this way the children are led to the 
point for more formal training. 



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SUNSHINE BAND 

The Sunshine Band is directly and entirely under the direc- 
tion and supervision of the Mission Circle. It is composed of boys 
and girls from six to twelve years old. These hustling, bustling and 
bubbling boys and girls have been found to be just wonderful sub- 
jects for proper training. They are so taught and trained that 
they almost unconsciously get the right ideas, ideals and attitudes 
under the training program for them. They are in the stage of 
development that fight, fun and fidget are their most adept me- 
thods of expressing life. We accept these qualities or instincts 
as they may be termed as splendid bases for training for good and 
helpfulness if properly guided and harnessed. 

One of the supreme efforts of our work in this department is 
to turn these factors into helpfulness and usefulness. Suitable 
memory verses are taught ; Bibles stories of proper types are given, 
mission stories are told and read emphasizing adventure and hero- 
ism; the needs of other children in other lands are brought to their 
attention and appeal. In such ways we have been able to create 
desired interest and bring about desired results in shaping their 
lives rightly and actually doing some worthy thing for others. 
Thus we have tried and are trying to add our bit in advancing 
the program of Jesus in the world. Another important phase of 
work among this group we always strive to lead them to Jesus and 
very often they accept Him as their personal Savior. They are saved 
and then trained in Christian service and grow into strong Christ- 
ian boys and girls. 

W. I. c. 

The W. I. C. is composed of girls from 13 to 18 years old. 
These teen-age girls afford probably our most inviting, helpful, 
varied and attractive fields for constructive training. They are 
undergoing very definite and far-reaching physical changes, moral 
attitudes and mental conceptions. The right guidance is unquest- 
ionably needed. We make an earnest effort and endeavor to meet 
these inescapable needs by having these girls in the W. I. C. under 
wise supervision. It is our plan and policy to put the right woman 
in charge, one that knows and has right conception and views and 
the proper appreciation of the problems of such girls and sympa- 
thetically win their highest respect and utmost confidence. Again, 
our procedure is to get the right' leader. The leader will help them 
solve their problems that sorely perplex them. 

A special reading course is given with information as to how 
to properly meet their physical conditions, rightly set their moral 
attitudes and mental conceptions and make correct social adjust- 
ments. By doing for these girls they are in turn inspired to do 
something of value for others. The spirit and principles of Missions 



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are inculcated and they welcome opportunities to help other worth- 
while causes. Through their efforts and the efforts of other affi- 
lated groups of children in missionary work under the Women's 
Convention in our state the salary of our Miss Minnie C. Lyons is 
paid; and, too, Miss Lyons is a product of the various children's 
department of our work. 



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Junior Department 



Motto, "She has done what She Could." 



Supervisor of Junior Department 
Mrs. J. S. Brown, Rocky Mount, N. C. 



OFFICERS 

President — Miss Luvine Evans Raleigh 

Vice President — Miss Mildred Laws Box 46 Auburn 

Secretary — Miss Margaret Townsend, 570 Charlotte St., Hamlet 
Assist. Secretary — Miss Mabel Wells, 823 Grace st., Rocky Mount 
Organist — Miss Olivia Browning. 

COMMITTEES 
On Finance — Mrs. Annie White, Miss Margaret Townsend, 
Miss Mabel Wells, Miss Meta Fuller. 

On Officers — Mrs. Ada Glenn, Miss Gladys Laws, Miss Mil- 
dred Laws. 

On Literature — Miss Cassandra Hoffman, Miss Ella Mae Clark, 
Miss Cassie Allen. 



CONSTITUTION 

Article I. — Name. 

This Circle shall be known as the What I Can Circle of. 

Church. 



Article II. — Object 

The object of the Circle shall be to encourage girls to live 
exemplary, Christian lives, to study the Bible and other good books, 
to read Missionary work. To be modest in behavior and dress. To 
encourage a high standard of morality. To be kind to the aged and 
unfortunate. 



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Article III 
The girls who are members of Baptist churches may become 
full members of the Circle. They will be expected to pay monthly 
dues, or a free will offering at each meeting to support the work 
undertaken by the W. I. C. Circles in foreign lands or the home 
field. Other girls may become associate members but not required 
to pay dues. They may take part on the programs and give in the 
free will offerings, if they like. Associate members cannot vote or 
hold office. 

Article IV. — Officers. 

There shall be a Leader or Matron, President, Vice-President, 
Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer. 
These should be elected yearly in December. 

Article V. — Duties of Officers. 

The leader should attend all regular meetings of the W. I. C. 
Circle' and chaperone the girls on all public occasions, help the 
President in her official duties and lend a hand to the committees 
in planning for all the departments of the work. 

The President shall preside at all the meetings, conduct the 
business and announce the program. She should be present at 
every meeting unless it is impossible to do so, in which case she 
should notify the Leader. 

• The Vice-President should preside in the absence of the Presi- 
dent and may be the Chairman of the Membership committee. 

The Recording Secretary shall keep a book in which she will 
record the minutes of each meeting, the names and addresses of 
members, mark the attendance, and call the roll at each meeting. 
Members may respond to roll call with a Bible verse and reports; 
also give their free will offering. 

The Corresponding Secretary shall write cards and letters for 
the Circle. 

The Treasurer shall keep all money collected by the Circle until 
ordered paid by the Circle. She must keep a book in which she 
shall keep accurate account of all money received or paid out by 
'her, telling when and how received and for what purpose it was 
paid out. The book shall be subject to the examination of the 
Leader from time to time. 



Home and Foreign Mission Convention 45 



Article VI. — Committees 
The following committees may be appointed by the President 
and Leader: 

1. Membership committee. 

2. Sick committee. 

3. Benevolent committee. 

4. Literature committee. 

5. Program committee. 

6. Industrial committee. 

7. Social committee. 

* 

The Leader can suggest a line of work for each committee. 

PLAN OF WORK FOR SUNSHINE BAND 

The Sunshine Band is an ingathering of children for instruc- 
tion in mission work and Bible study suitable for the ages of the 
children, under the direction of the Missionary Circle. All Bands 
should make a report through the Union and send a quarterly re- 
port along with the Circle. Also an annual report in the State 
Convention once a year. 

Children should be encouraged by the leaders to write letters 
for Hope and the lessons for boys and girls in Hope should be used 
with them. 

We recommend the use of the Fireside School Constitution, 
also Sunshine Band supplies. 

CRADLE ROLL GUDOE 

1. This Department shall be called the Cradle Roll depart- 
ment, to be organized in connection with the Sunday School. 

2. The object shall be to get the babies of your own denomina- 
tion connected with the Sunday School of your church, or babies 
of mothers who do not belong to any church, and to interest the mo- 
thers in the early religious training of their children. 

3. Interest the Superintendent of your School in the Cradle 
Roll Department. Urge him to talk it over in his teachers meeting. 
After deciding to have this department the Superintendent of the 
Sunday School should select a kind motherly woman who loves 
babies to take charge of the Cradle Roll Department as Superinten- 
dent. She should go around taking the names of the babies of 
their earliest age, placing a certificate in each home for each baby. 

4. The Cradle Roll Superintendent should thoroughly inform 
herself as to how the department is conducted by prayerfully 
studying Cradle Roll literature. Cradle Roll literature may be ob- 
tained at a reasonable price from the National Baptist Publishing 
Board, corner Fourth Avenue and Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn., 
Doctor Townsend, Secretary. 



46 Proceedings 44th Annual Session Women's 

5. Have Cradle Roll days as often as you find it convenient 
with all the mothers and babies present. Arrange a little program 
for the day. Encourage mothers to read Bible stories with their 
children. See that each baby has a certificate presented to it, sign- 
ed by the Pastor, the Sunday School Superintendent and the Cradle 
Roll Superintendent. This is to show the baby is a member of the 
Cradle Roll Department. 

Be sure to secure the co-operation of your pastor and Sunday 
School Superintendent. 

Presented by 

Mrs. A. L. Ransom. 

BEADING COURSE FOR 1928 

For Senior Mission Circles, Hope Bible Lessons and Pilgrims 
Progress : 

For Junior Mission Circles: 

Ann of Ava — Ann H. Judson $ .60 

Love Stories of Great Missionaries .75 

Book for Mother, Love Stories of Great Missionaries .30 

For What I Can Circle: 
Kind and True, Handicap Winners. 
Book of Etiquette for Sunshine Band Leaders. 
Sunshine Corner from Hope. 

Help for Christian Workers .15 

First Memory Lessons Lamplighters Across the Sea .35 



ROLL OF DELEGATES AND LEADERS OF BANDS 

Mrs. Belle Johnson Rte 1, Box 12, Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. L. W. Wertz Box 111, Hamlet, N. C. 

Mrs. Lizzie Brooks Reidsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Nannie Melvin Box 82, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Vallie Wells Box 3, Wallace, N. C. 

Cassandra Hoffman 720 Baldwin Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. 

Miss Cassie Allen Route 2, Box 32, Henderson, N. C. 

Ola V. Perry Wakefield, N. C. 

Helen V. Todd Box 524, Zebulon, N. C. 

Mabel Hall Zebulon, N. C. 

Miss Margaret E. Townsend 570 Charlotte St., Hamlet, N. C. 

Miss Ella Mae Clark Box 252, Hamlet, N. C. 

Adeline Hopkins Route 1, Box 43, Stem, N. C. 

Alma Rogers Thaxton Avenue, Durham, N. C. 

Meta Fuller Box 354, Louisburg, N. C. 

Mildred G. Laws Box 46, Auburn, N. C. 

Gladys Laws Box 121, Garner, N. C. 



Home and Foreign Mission Convention 47 

Gladys Strickland 908 Slocum St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mabel Wells 823 Grace St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Helen Chambers Box 136, Marshville, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie White Powellsville, N. C. 

Mrs. Kate Allen Route 2, Box 32, Henderson, N. C. 

Mrs. Ellen T. Powell Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mrs. C. C. Kellum 1219% E. 16th St., Winston, N. 0. 

Mrs. Mary Bigham Box 276, Statesville, N. C. 

Mrs. Annie E. Smith Route 5, Box 35, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Ada Glenn Statesville, N. C. 

Mrs. Howard Smith 535 East Lenoir St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Mrs. Lillie Howard West Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Willie Mae Richardson. _1008 Thaxton St., W. Durham, N. C. 

Mrs. Narcissus McVay Rte 1, Box 151, Charlotte, N. C. 

Ruth Bradshaw Clinton, N. C. 

Miss Annie A. Smith Route 5, Box 35, Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary E. Dorham Box 501, Wake Forest, N. C. 

Mollie C. Faison Clinton, N. C. 

Hester Faison Clinton, N. C. 

Charles Cobb 1010 Thaxton Avenue, Durham, N. C. 

Beatrice McLaughlin Box 471, Dunn, N. C. 

Maggie Rogers Box 264, Garner, N. C. 

Edna Roberts 1022 Ferrell St., Durham, N. C. 

Lillie Speed Fuquay Springs, N. C. 

Nora Barber Route 1, Box 32, Charlotte, N. C. 

Maggie Wylie 911 E. 1st St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Virginia Lindsey Hamlet, N. C 

Emma Murray Box 77, Watha, N. C. 

Helen Richmond Powe St., Durham, N. C. 



PROCEEDINGS OF JUNIOR DEPARTMENT 
The first session of the Junior Department of the Women's 
State Convention met Tuesday afternoon at 2:15. Opened by sing- 
ing "Just As I Am." Prayer by Miss Wilson. Appointment of 
committees. Finance and enrollment of delegates. 

Wednesday Afternoon 
The meeting was opened by singing "On Christ the Solid Rock 
I Stand." Prayer by Mrs. Ada Glenn. Singing "In the Cross of 
Christ I Glory." Remarks by visitors. Appointment of commit- 
tees on Officers and Literature. Expressions from delegates. Re- 
marks by Mrs. Brown. 



48 Proceedings 44th Annual Session Women's 

Thursday Morning 

Opened with devotions. Bible lesson by Miss Wilson. Subject 
— ."Gates of Service." This was beautifully portrayed by Miss 
Wilson. She pointed out the five gates of service, viz. : Seek, build, 
organize, harvest, and give. The keys to these gates: personality, 
wise builders, trained leaders, harvest. Singing, "Where He Leads 
Me I Will Follow." Remarks by Mrs. J. S. Brown. She stressed 
very much the need of a reading course. Address — "Vocational 
Bible Schools," by Miss Emma Patterson, graduate of Shaw Uni- 
versity, now doing work in Detroit, Michigan. Miss Patterson 
gave the aim of the Vocational Bible School — "to teach boys and 
girls to play the game of life as Jesus played it." In playing the 
game, she said, it is very necessary that we get a leader who knows 
the game. This leader is Jesus Christ. She gave suggestions as 
to how we could have a Bible School in our own community. Miss 
Patterson closed her address with a very sweet and earnest prayer. 

Miss Minnie C. Lyon, returned missionary from Africa, was 
introduced. She gave us a brief hint of her work in Africa. An 
offering of $13.25 was taken for Miss Lyon. We then had expres- 
sions from leaders of W. I. C. Circles, Sunshine Bands and Busy 
Bee Clubs. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON OFFICERS 

We, your Committee on Officers, submit the following report: 
President, Miss Luvine Evans; Vice-President, Miss Mildred Laws; 
Secretary, Miss Margaret Townsend; Assistant Secretary, Miss 
Mabel Wells; Organist, Miss Olivia Browning; Supervisor, Mrs. 
J. S. Brown. Report adopted. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON LITERATURE 

We, the Committee on Literature, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the following for our Reading Course: 

1. Kind and True. 2. Ann of Ava. 3. Book of Etiquette. 
4. Pilgrim's Progress. For Sunshine Band — 1. Sunshine Corner of 
Hope. 2. First Memory Lessons Lamplighters Across the Sea. 
Report adopted. 

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1897 | Goldsboro 

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HOPE 

A MONTHLY MAGAZINE 

Published in Nashville, Tenn. 
Under Auspices of 

JImerican Baptist 
Publishing Society 



Should be in Every Home 

and Read by Every 

Missionary 

Worker 



Address Letters to 

MRS. MATTIE G. ANDERSON 

428 6th, Ave. N. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

* Printed by The J. C. Evans Printing Co., Henderson, N. C. 



Centennial 

The Ninety Ninth 

Annual Report 

1983 1984 

of the 

Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention 

of 
North Carolina 

Auxiliary to The General Baptist State Convention 




Theme: 
'A Century of Witnessing' 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FOREWARD 3 

ADMINISTRATION & OFFICERS 4 

PRESIDENTIAL GREETINGS 6 

STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR PRESIDENT 7 

STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-TREASURER 10 

STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 12 

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 13 

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 29 

MINUTES OF THE 99th ANNUAL SESSION 51 

MINUTES OF 1 HE YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT 81 

MINUTES OF THE YOUTH DEPARTMENT 89 

GREETINGS FROM DIRECTORS OF THE OBJECTIVES 92 

INSTITUTES AND MISSIONARY STUDY CLASSES 94 

REPORT ON EXAMINATION 97 

ITEMIZED REPORT: CIRCLES, AUXILIARIES, UNIONS, 
AND CONFERENCES 105 

INSTITUTES AND WORKSHOPS 163 

PERSONAL DONATIONS 164 

SPECIAL WORKERS FINANCIAL REPORT 166 

YEAR ROUND COMMITTEE REPORTS 166 

A 1 MISSIONARY CIRCLES, UNION. AND AUXILIARIES 169 

BEST STEWARDSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 172 

NEW ORGANIZATIONS 1 73 



FOREWORD 



Again it is time to express gratitude for and to give account of the 
contributions the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 
Convention has received during the course of another year. 

We the officials of the Woman's Convention are grateful to God for having 
touched your hearts to give and for His extensive multiplication of those 
funds. We are grateful to pastors and moderators who worked zealously and 
harmoniously along with our circle presidents and auxiliary presidents 
respectively, union presidents, and our Young Adult and Youth Department, 
providing funds for the ongoing missions of the Woman's Convention. 

Simply stated, we are grateful to all of you, the convention body and friends, 
who stupendously have supported us prayerfully, emotionally, physically, and 
financially. For we truly see that it is together that we must band our efforts 
under the guidance of God in order to build up the torn down, to strengthen 
the weak, to befriend the friendless, to "home" the homeless, to renew the 
churched, to evangelize the unchurched. 

Our convention's president and vice-presidents, our institute workers, our 
special workers, our year-round committees, our district chairpersons and 
our office staff, along with others too numerous to name, have played also an 
enormous role in guiding us through another beneficial year. To them be the 
praise, to God be the glory. 

...Give, and God's reward to you 
will be the spirit of giving more; a 

blessed spirit, for it is the Spirit 

of God Himself, whose Life is the 

blessedness of giving. Love, and God 

will pay you with capacity of more love; 

for love is heaven - love is God 

within you. -- F.W. Robertson 

Herein the following pages is the report of the convention's stewardship as 
rendered during the fiscal year of 1983 - 1984. 

May we express again our appreciation to serve God through a loyal and 
Christian people like you. 

Priscilla A. Brodie 
Executive Secretary-Treasurer 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 
CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 
ADMINISTRATION 

Executive Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie 

Administrative Assistant Miss Bettie Chislom 

Bookkeeper Mrs. Gladys Watlington 

Secretary Miss Ivery Williamson 

Secretary Ms. Gail Anderson 

Editor of HELPER Mrs. Eva Pratt 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 
CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Thelma C. Horton 

Vice President Mrs. Luella D. Edwards 

Vice President Mrs. Eva H. Johnson 

Vice President Mrs. Robbie Diggs 

Vice President Mrs. Maggie White 

Executive Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie 

Executive Board Chairman Mrs. Helen W. Falls 

Secretary, Executive Board Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis 

Recorder Mrs. Marian Bass 

Assistant Recorder Mrs. Dolores Moore 

Historian Dr. J.B. McLester 

Organist Mrs. Jettie M. Lucas 

Associate Organist Mr. Donald Crawford 

Music Director Mrs. M.C. Grier 

Chairman, General Board Mrs. Thelma C. Horton 

YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT 

Director Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels 

Associate Director Mrs. Julia McDonald 

President Mrs. Phylisa Kelly 

YOUTH DEPARTMENT 

Supervisor Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell 

Associate Superivsor Ms. Percie Norman 

President Mr. Milton Todd 

Returned Missionary Miss Minnie C. Lyon 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 



Emeritus Officers 

Executive Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Berthina D. Home 

Executive Board Chairman Mrs. Clara N. Hayes 

Historian Mrs. J. A. Little 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



GREETINGS 

TO THE 

MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME 

AND 
FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 

In 1983-84, the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 
Convention, auxiliary to the General Baptist State Convention, 
Incorporated, embarked upon a new venture, suggesting financial quotes to 
its member churches. This venture was initiated by the General Baptist State 
Convention. "We have come this far by faith, leaning on the Lord." 

Thousands of members have given their time, talents and resources to 
enable our convention to remain true to its noble ideas and objectives. We 
humbly yet proudly boast of "A CENTURY OF WITNESSING FOR 
CHRIST". We have reached into the hedges, highways and byways, 
ministering to the homeless, friendless, lonely, lost, down-trodden, broken- 
hearted and ignorant. God has blessed us and we have blessed others. We 
have lifted the torch high, dispelling the darkness of sin throughout the world. 

Thus the officers, executive board and members join me in acknowledging 
your many contributions. We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude for the 
Christ-like Spirit you have exemplified this year. 

It is our prayer that this report will offer you a degree of satisfaction for your 
Christian commitment through our Woman's Convention. We challenge you 
therefore to continue to carry the torch of Christian love, lighting the pathway 

as you SHAPE THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR CHRISTIAN 
INFLUENCE. We wish to express our gratitude to our administrative staff for 
the outstanding services they have given to God through us. 

As we approach the commencement of our second "CENTURY OF 
WITNESSING FOR CHRIST", "Let us not be weary in well doing: for in due 
season we shall reap, if we faint not" (Gal. 6:9) because "God loveth a cheerful 
giver" (2 Cor. 9:7). 

May the blessings of Almighty God sustain, strengthen and satisfy you, 
now, henceforth and forevermore. 

President Thelma Compton Horton 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 7 

STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR PRESIDENT 

Dr. Thelma C. Horton 
June 1983 - May 1984 

June 4 Young Adult Retreat - WBSC Laurel Hill 

Housing Committee • GBSC 

Budget Committee - WBSC 

June 9 Speaker - Leadership Training Conference Laurel Hill 

June 11 Young Adult Fellowship - Wayne County Union Goldsboro 

June 14 Management Committee - GBSC , . . Raleigh 

Program Committee - GBSC 

Executive Committee - GBSC 

June 15 Personnel Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

June 18 Speaker - District 4 Group 3 Roxboro 

June 23 Speaker - Ebenezer Woman's Auxiliary Shelby 

June 28 Budget Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

June 25 Program • Mrs. Vera Slade's Funeral Ahoskie 

July 7 Management & Personnel Committees Raleigh 

July 10 Speaker • Antioch Baptist Church Goldsboro 

July 13 Program • State Ushers' Convention Ahoskie 

July 16 Program - All Baptist Picnic Laurel Hill 

July 17 Program - Mass Meeting • Wayne County Union Goldsboro 

August 3 Speaker - National Boule - Tau Gamma 

Delta Sorority, Inc Wilmington 

August 16 Program - State Sunday School and BTU Congress 

Program Committee • GBSC Durham 

August 19 Management Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

Speaker - Wake Woman's Auxiliary Auburn 

August 25 Christian Education & Baptist Assembly 

Committees - GBSC Raleigh 

August 27 Wayne County Missionary Union Goldsboro 

August 28 Speaker - Fuller Memorial Baptist Church Rocky Mount 

August 29 - September 1 Lott Carey Woman's Auxiliary Indianapolis, Ind. 

September 2 Speaker - Second Baptist Church Bloomington, Ind. 

September 5-10 National Baptist Convention - USA Los Angeles, California 

September 12 Office WBSC Raleigh 

September 14 Speaker • Bear Creek Woman's Auxiliary Goldsboro 

September 15 Executive Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

September 16 General Board GBSC Raleigh 

September 18 Speaker - First Baptist Church Reidsville 

September 22 Management and Budget Committee GBSC Raleigh 

September 24 Family Missions Conference - WBSC Durham 

Executive Committee - WBSC 

September 26 Executive Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

October 1 Speaker - Deep River Woman's Auxiliary Sanford 

Speaker - Cedar Grove Woman's Auxiliary Yanceyville 

October 7-8 Workshop - Mt. Gilead Baptist Church Durham 

October 8 Institute Workers' Workshop - WBSC 

Program Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

October 9 Speaker - Sandy Point Baptist Church Windsor 

October 16 Speaker - Second Calvary Charlotte 

October 25-27 Annual Session - General Baptist Convention Charlotte 

November 4 Church Women United Goldsboro 

November 5 Youth Evangelism Conference - WBSC Durham 

November 6 Young Adult Fellowship - Wayne County Goldsboro 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



November 10 Trustee Board Meeting - Shaw Divinity School Raleigh 

Program Committee • WBSC 

November 14 President's Council ■ GBSC Raleigh 

November 18 Founder's Day - Shaw University Raleigh 

November 19 Executive Committee and Board - WBSC Raleigh 

November 20 Speaker • Ebenezer Baptist Church La Grange 

December 1 Office - WBSC 

Conference - Shaw Divinity School Raleigh 

December 3 Program - Mrs. Emma Haynes' Funeral Whiteville 

December 6 Personnel Committee - GBSC 

"Creation of Foundation for Baptist" 

Public Relations Committee - WBSC Durham 

December 7-8 Post Convention Workshop • GBSC Durham 

December 14 Centennial Committee • WBSC Raleigh 

December 17 Summit Conference - WBSC Raleigh 

December 20 Executive Committee - GBSC 

Place Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

January 5 Personnel Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

Centennial Committee - WBSC 

January 11 Martin Luther King Banquet Raleigh 

January 12 Mid- Year Session - WBSC Raleigh 

January 16-19 Mid- Winter Board Meeting - National 

Baptist Convention - USA Baton Rouge, La. 

January 23 Office - WBSC Raleigh 

January 26 Personnel Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

January 27 Centennial Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

January 30-31 General Board GBSC Raleigh 

February 2 Centennial Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

February 6 Centennial Committee WBSC Raleigh 

February 8-9 Centennial Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

February 10 Executive Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

February 13-14 Centennial Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

February 16 Centennial Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

February 18 New Pastors & Wives' Conference Raleigh 

February 20-24 Institute - Wayne County Union Goldsboro 

February 25 Program Ushers' One Day Session Charlotte 

February 28 Centennial Committee Goldsboro 

February 27 - March 1 Institute - Wester Union Association Clinton 

March 7 Unified Plan Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

March 8 Management & Organization - GBSC Raleigh 

Executive Committee - GBSC 

March 12-16 Institute - Bear Creek Association Goldsboro 

March 17 Program - Woman's Missionary Union - SBC Fayetteville 

March 18 Speaker - Metropolitan Baptist Church Rocky Mount 

March 19 Founder's Day - Shaw Divinity School Raleigh 

March 23 Moore's Blue Ribbon Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

March 24 Executive Committee & Board - WBSC Raleigh 

March 25 Program - "Second Calvary Baptist Church Charlotte 

March 27 Conference - President of Woman's Missionary Union . Goldsboro 

March 29 Executive Committee - GBSC Raleigh 



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5 Moore's Blue Ribbon Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

8 Speaker - Robert's Chapel Baptist Church Goldston 

9-12 Trustee Board Meeting - Shaw Divinity School . . . Mobile, Alabama 

14 Statewide Leaders' Workshop - WBSC Raleigh 

18 : Management & Organization - GBSC Raleigh 

19 Speaker Trent River Oakey Grove 

Woman's Auxiliary Jacksonville 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 



April 22 Speaker - New Bethel Baptist Church Rolesville 

April 22 Program - Wayne County Youth Inspiration Day Goldsboro 

April 23 25 Lott Carey Board Meetings Washington, D.C. 

April 30 Centennial Presentation Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

May 1 Public Relations and Centennial Committee - WBSC .... Durham 

May 4 Moore's Blue Ribbon Committee & 

Personnel Committee - GBSC Raleigh 

May 5 Program - Tar River Woman's Auxiliary Banquet Raleigh 

May 6 Speaker • Bazzel Creek Baptist Church Fuquay-Varina 

May 8-10 Pre-Convention Meetings & 

One Day Session - GBSC Wilmington 

May 11 Speaker Mother-Daughter Banquet 

First Baptist Church Clinton 

May 12 Trustee - Shaw University's Commencement Raleigh 

May 13 Speaker - Mill Neck Baptist Church Como 

May 16 Centennial Presentation Committee - WBSC Raleigh 

May 18 Program • Wayne County Missionary Union Goldsboro 

May 20 Speaker - The Holy Trinity Baptist Church . . Brooklyn, New York 

May 25 Centennial Presentation and Budget Committee - WBSC . Raleigh 

May 26 'Executive Committee & 

Youth Bible Camp Committee Raleigh 

May 27 Speaker - First Baptist Church Statesville 

May 28 Special Meeting - GBSC Raleigh 



10 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-TREASURER 

Priscilla A. Brodie 

JUNE 1983 - MAY 1984 

Young Adult Retreat Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Leadership Training Conference Bapist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Youth Bible Camp Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Usher's Convention Piney Wood Chapel, Ahoskie 

Banquet (Rowan Woman's Auxiliary) Concord 

99th Annual Session Charlotte 

Woman's Auxiliary (Mountain & Catawba) Mt. Moriah, Marion 

Lott Carey Woman's Auxiliary Convention Indianapolis, Indiana 

Missions Day Hong Baptist, Oxford 

National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc Los Angeles, California 

Woman's Day Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem 

Woman's Auxiliary (United Shiloh) Mitchell, Louisburg 

Family Missions Conference Greater St. Paul, Durham 

Workshop Watts Chapel, Raleigh 

Woman's Auxiliary (Middle Baptist) Manasseh, Franklinton 

Institute Workers' Workshop Baptist Headquarters, Raleigh 

Missions Day Revelle Hill, Conway 

Workshop (Tar River Ministers, Deacons & Laymen's Union) North End, 

Rocky Mount 

Woman's Day First Baptist, Raleigh 

Pre-Conventional Meetings Raleigh 

GBSC - Annual Session Mayfield Memorial, Charlotte 

Woman's Auxiliary (Pee Dee Union) Sidney Grove, Ellerbee 

Missionary Emphasis Day Community Baptist, Durham 

Youth Evangelism Conference White Rock, Durham 

Woman's Day Faith Missionary Baptist, Raleigh 

Young Adults (Wayne County) Mt. Calvary, Goldsboro 

Missions Day Gold Hill, Lowesville 

Mortgage Burning Services Cosmopolitan, Raleigh 

WBH&FMC Summit Conference Cosmopolitan, Raleigh 

Mid-Year Session Civic Center, Raleigh 

Board Meeting (NBC, U.S.A.) Baton Rouge, La. 

Person County Union Institute First Baptist, Roxboro 

Workshop, Woman's Aux. (Guilford Missionary Ed. friendship, High Point 

Institute - Middle District Union (O.E.A.) Phillipi, Simpson 

Missionary Day Shiloh, Morrisville 

GBSC Seminar Ramada Inn, Durham 

Workshop - Western District Union (O.E.A.) St. Paul, Tarboro 

Franklin Co. Training Institute Nelson Chapel, Lousiburg 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 1 1 

Woman's Fellowship Breakfast Providence, Fuquay Varina 

Family Day Wake Baptist Grove, Garner 

World Missions Observance St. James, Rocky Mount 

Shaw Divinity School's Pastor Conference Campus Church 

State-Wide Leaders' Workshop Civic Center, Raleigh 

Woman's Day Mt. Zion, Cary 

Bible Institute Convocation „ First African, Goldsboro 

Ministers' Wives Retreat Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Woman's Day New Bethel, Winston-Salem 

Granville County Union Institute .Oak Grove, Oxford 

Commencement - Shaw University Raleigh 

Workshop - United Shiloh Association Haywood, Louisburg 

United Eastern District Woman's Convention (O.E.A.) . . Craven Corner, 

Havelock 

Workshop Mt. Zion, Beaufort 

District Conference 3-1 Washington Baptist, Waco 

Woman's Day Mt. Pleasant United Presbyterian 

Franklinton 

Youth Bible Camp Meeting Baptist Headquarters, Raleigh 

Woman's Day Mt. Gilead, Durham 

Executive Committee Meetings (WBH&FMC - GBSC) . . . .Headquarters, 

Raleigh 

Trustee Meetings Shaw University & Divinity School 

Lott Carey Executive Meeting Washington, D.C. 

Personnel Committee Meetings Headquarters, Raleigh 

Budget Committee Meetings Headquarters, Raleigh 

Management & Organization Committee Meetings .Headquarters, Raleigh 
Program Committee Meetings (WBSC - GBSC) . . .Headquarters, Raleigh 
Centennial Committee Meetings Headquarters, Raleigh 



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STEWARDSHIP OF YOUR 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

Miss Bettie J. Chislom 

June 1, 1983 - May 31, 1984 

Young Adult Retreat Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Missionary Training Conference Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

Youth Bible Camp Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

All Baptist Picnic Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

99th Annual Session of the Woman's Convention Charlotte 

Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention Indianapolis, Indiana 

Family Mission Conference (WBH&FMC) .... Greater St. Paul, Durham 

Youth Evangelism Conference White Rock, Durham 

100th Convention's Preparation Meeting Raleigh 

Shaw University Founder's Day Raleigh 

Mid-Year Session (WBH&FMC) Raleigh Civic Center 

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Banquet Raleigh 

Young Adult Retreat Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 

State-Wide Leaders' Workshop Raleigh Civic Center 

Mid- Year Session (GBSC) First Baptist, Wilmington 

Shaw Day St. Delight, Walstonburg 

Ministers' Wives Retreat Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill 



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MINUTES OF THE 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

OF THE 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 

CONVENTION OF N.C. 

September 24, 1983 

The Executive Committee of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention of North Carolina met on the above date at the 
Greater Saint Paul Baptist Church, Durham, N.C, Pastor, Dr. W.T. Bigelow. 

The meeting was opened with prayer, and grace and Bible verses were said 
over lunch boxes. 

The agenda was passed to the members. As we ate lunch, discussions 
proceeded. 

Minutes of the Executive Board of the previous meeting were omitted 
because they were read in the Annual Session. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

1. Recommendations from the Annual Session will be dealt with at our next 
meeting. 

2. Fiscal Year-Procedure: Books will close August 31st; report period, May 
31st. 

Mrs. Helen Falls, Chairperson of the Executive Board, motioned that a 
special session of the Woman's Baptist State Convention be called for the 
purpose of understanding the "New Thurst" proposed by the Parent Body. It 
was seconded by Mrs. Marian Bass and was carried. 

Financial blanks were discussed, and it was decided that they remain the 
same as printed. 

3. Centennial Theme: It was agreed that the Centennial Theme be, "A 
Century of Witnessing For Christ," Acts 27:22. 

PRESIDENTIAL MOMENTS 

President Horton suggested that at the 1984 opening session, we march in 
with flags by counties within the designated district and that each district be 
seated together. 

She also suggested purchasing souvenir badges to sell, and special badges 
for board members, regular badges for other persons. They may purchase 
special badges also, however. 

President Horton stated that all promotions should come through our 
convention's office (We have certificates for those promoted.), that tape 



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recordings be made of our centennial celebration, and that engraved 
invitations be sent to special groups and National Leaders this Centennial 
Year. 

Dr. Ross of the National Convention is asking that a National Mission Day 
be observed and send all proceeds taken that day to the National Baptist 
Convention. It was decided that President Horton and Executive Secretary 
Brodie select a month or a time suitable and announce it later. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY'S REPORT 

Dr. Brodie thanked the group for support and read a Thank- You Card from 
Mrs. Georgia Guest for the love gift given to her and (a letter) from Reverend 
J.J. Johnson for a contribution to a lady from Africa who needed help to enter 
Shaw University. 

She distributed the 1984 calendar of the Woman's Convention. 

FINANCIAL REPORT: 

Executive Secretary Brodie stated that there are changes in the budget 
because of the recommended raises for the various officers. The changes in 
the budget will be given later. The Director of Young Adults and the 
Supervisor of Youth Department will be considered for raises also. 

June through August, 1983 - $165,367.50 was collected. Disbursements for 
the same period were $141,217.54. 

CENTENNIAL: 

As of October 24, 1983, the following have requested or paid as follows: 

41 requests for a whole page at $125.00 each 

4 requests for a half (1/2) page at $75.00 

1 request for one fifth (1/5) page 

Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for Lott Carey Woman of the Year has been 
sent. 

President Horton stated that we talk more about concerns of our 
Convention at our next meeting. 

The meeting closed with prayer. 

Members present: 

Mrs. Marian H. Bass 

Dr. Priscilla Brodie, Executive Secretary 

Mildred L. Chavis 

Mrs. Bronnie Daniels 

Mrs. Luella D. Edwards 

Mrs. Helen W. Falls 

Mrs. Thelma Horton, President 

Mrs. Georgia Turner Mrs Mi i dred L Chavis, Secretary 

Mrs. Thelma C. Horton, Chairwoman 



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November 19, 1983 

The Executive Committee met on the above date at the Baptist 
Headquarters. 

President Thelma C. Horton, Chairwoman, presided. She gave greetings 
and the agenda was adopted by motion. 

Minutes were read and dopted with the correction that the Centennial 
Theme Scripture is from Acts 26:22-23. 

Concerns were expressed about raises for the Young Adult Director and 
the Youth Supervisor. It was suggested that at the end of the year the two will 
be given amounts to equal the raises given the others. 

A motion was made, seconded and carried that the honorarium stipulated 
in the budget for the Young Adult Director and Youth Supervisor remain the 
same and at the end of May their honorariums be increased to equal other 
honorariums. 

It was announced that the General Baptist State Convention is sponsoring 
a Post-Convention Work Session, December 7th and 8th at Ramada Inn, 1-85, 
Durham, N.C. The constitution and structure will be presented. 

On December 6th the official "Creation" of the General Baptist 
Foundation, Incorporated, will meet at 2 p.m. at the Ramada Inn Central, 
Durham. 

It was motioned and carried that members of the Executive Committee of 
the Woman's Convention be requested to attend the meeting at Ramada Inn 
on 1-85 December 7th and 8th, especially the interpretation of the 
constitution. 

President Horton recommended a Summit Meeting on December 17th at 
First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to discuss and get 
information to new persons added to the Board, Committees, and Field 
Workers. 

Dr. Brodie has had a request from stores wanting to sell our books. "Do we 
want that?" 

It was agreed that we keep our books (The Helper and Handbooks) under 
our own house and control. 



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Mrs. Bronnie Daniels is concerned about closing their session at the time 
allotted, then having to wait so long to get into the general meeting. This 
happens at Mid- Year and Workshop Sessions. 

Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell asked how much should be awarded for the 3rd 
prize? 

It was motioned and carried that First prize for both contests be $100.00 
each, 2nd prize $75.00, 3rd prize $50.00. 

The meeting adjourned, an we went immediately to the Executive Board 
meeting. 

Present: 

Mrs. Thelma C. Horton, Chairwoman 

Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie, Executive Secretary 

Mrs. Mildred 1. Chavis, Secretary 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels 

Mrs. Luella D. Edwards 

Mrs. Helen W. Falls, Chairwoman, Executive Board 

Dr. Berthenia Home 

Mrs. Yvonne Mithcell 

Dr. J.B. McLester 

Mrs. Georgia M. Turner 



Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary 
Mrs. Thelma C. Horton, Chairwoman 

February 11, 1984 

The Executive Committee of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention of North Carolina, Auxiliary to the General Baptist 
State Convention, met on the above date at the Baptist Headquarters. 

The Devotion was conducted by Mrs. Helen W. Falls, Chairman of the 
Executive Board. 

Mrs. Thelma C. Horton, Chairman of the Executive Committee, presided. 
She extended greetings and expressed her appreciation to the committee 
members for their support and loyalty to our ministry of missions. 

Minutes of the Executive Committee and Executive Board (November 
1983) were read by Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary, and approved. 



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The agenda was presented and adopted to include an item of concern by 
Mrs. Luella D. Edwards. 

PRESIDENTIAL MOMENTS 

President Horton stated that she would like to present some resolutions as 
a follow-up of a motion carried during the previous Executive Board meeting. 

The motion was "That the Executive Board have a special meeting 
following the Summit Conference on December 17, to draw up a resolution of 
concerns, and that these concerns be presented to the General Board of the 
GBSC on January 30-31 by the president." 

RESOLUTIONS: 

WHEREAS, a significant element of our Executive Board members voiced 
a concern about certain practices of the General Baptist State Convention 
which they felt were inappropriate and out of harmony with the spirit and 
purpose of the Woman's Convention, and 

WHEREAS, when the opportunity was provided for those concerned 
individuals to express or present their concerns (in writing) to the president 
of the Woman's Convention, and 

WHEREAS, only fifteen (15) individuals responded, 

BE IT RESOLVED that this matter be considered properly disposed of due 
to a lack of response by those who originally voiced their strong concerns. 

WHEREAS, when the president of the Woman's Convention was 
empowered to present Resolutions of Concerns to the General Board of the 
General Baptist State Convention on January 30, 31, 1984, and 

WHEREAS, the president of the Woman's Convention appeared before 
the Management and Organization Committee of the General Baptist State 
Convention requesting permission to be placed on the January 30-31, agenda 
of the General Board to present a resolution of concern, and 

WHEREAS, the president of the Woman's Convention was informed that 
the proper procedure to follow is to present the concerns to the president of 
the General Convention; 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the president of the General 
Convention be invited to come before the Executive Board of the Woman's 
Convention, Saturday, March 24, at 10:15 A.M. to hear the concerns 
expressed individually. 



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WHEREAS, Mrs. Clara N. Hayes of Winston-Salem, has rendered loyal 
and faithful service as Chairman of the Executive Board of the Woman's 
Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of N.C. for the past eight 
(8) years, and before that a loyal member, and 

WHEREAS, she is deserving an appropriate tribute in recognition of her 
services to our Convention; 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Mrs. Hayes be honored with the 
title "Executive Board Chairman Emeritus." 

President Horton suggested that we extend Dr. Turner the privilege to 
invite Vice-President At-Large, Dr. J.C. Harris, to the March 24th meeting. 

Following a discussion, the president stated that we should keep in mind 
the position and direction the GBSC is moving toward. We should be aware of 
our position on the Structure Chart (1974). She further stated that she was 
informed that the Clarification Statement signed by the Executive Committee 
of the GBSC in 1946 is not binding. Therefore, we must seek a clarification of 
our present position as an auxiliary of the General Baptist State Convention. 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels motioned to adopt the suggestions and 
Resolutions and presented by President Horton. The motion was seconded 
and carried. 

Due to the unusual amount of involvement, the Self-Study Report has been 
deferred until later. 

REPORTS: 

1. National Mid-Winter Board Meeting 



a. Drs. Home, McLester and Brodie, also president 
attended 

b. Dr. McLester and Dr. R. Home appointed to 
Constitution Committee 

c. Baptist World Day of Prayer - strongly urged more 
support, reported less than $300.00 

d. President Ross will attend the Central Committee 
of the Governing Board of the World Council of 
Churches in July, Geneva, Switzerland. 



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e. February is National missions month in North 

Carolina. 

2. General Baptist Convention General Board meeting 



a. The Hairston Blue Ribbon Committee (was) 
appointed by Dr. Turner to study and review the 
organization and structure of the GBSC, and make 
recommendations to the Convention on: The work 
we are now doing and the work we are doing that we 
should be doing. Dr. O.L. Hairston, Chairman, Drs. 
Riddick, J.C. Harris, H.S. Diggs, Mrs. Horton, 
Charles Porter and Dr. John B. Moore. 

b. The Unified Plan Study Committee (was) appointed 
by Dr. Turner. Dr. J. Ray Butler, Chairman, Drs. 
J.C. Harris, C.W. Anderson, Reverend John 
Mendez and Mrs. Thelma C. Horton. This report is 
due May, 1984. 

c. Approved names for the Assembly: 

Home's Guest Lodge; Alston's Lodge; Lumber 
River Lodge; Hairston-Mason Chapel of the Rowan 
Association; Watkins Pool and M.J. Brown Dining 
Hall. 

<j The Internal Auditor performs complex 
professional administrative work in planning, 
organizing and directing financial activities of the 
Convention and does work as required. 

e, The Trustee Board has found it difficult to declare 
that the lease is workable for the concerns of the 
GBSC; thus the Board advised the Convention to 
consider the possiblity of adding stories to our 
present structure to meet our needs. 

f. Following persons employed: Mrs. Alice Cade, 
Secretary of Music; David Rosby, Secretary of 
laymen; Richmond Turner, Secretary of Ushers 
and Edward Washington, Internal Auditor. 



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CONCERNS: (Listed Below) 

1. Printing - a. Who has the contract? We believe that 
we are obligated to raise the standard of our people. 
We need to support Black Businesses, even if it 
costs a little more. 

b. What is the criteria for printing contracts? 

2. Our Youth Bible Camp 

How can we operate our Youth Bible Camp 
without going through the General Baptist 
Convention's Education Committee? 

3. Constitution 

(Changes in living; Living in changing times) A 
1973 Constitution is out of date in 1984 and needs to 
be looked into in light of the times in which we live. 

4. Budget 

Who has the authority to change the Woman's 
Convention approved budget? 

5. The Unified Plan 

a. How does the Unified Plan fit the Woman's 
Convention? 

b. How can we continue to operate as we 
currently are (as an auxiliary with special 
privileges)? 

6. Finance and the Annual and Mid- Year Session 

a. Why can't our office staff (Woman's 
Convention) go to the annual session to 
handle our funds? Because others do not 
understand our procedure. 

b. Can we maintain a budget committee that 
makes recommendations? 

7. Auditor 

How will the newly employed Internal Auditor 
relate to our condition? 

8. Time of committees meetings notification of 
committee members. 



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REPORTS 

Executive Secretary-Treasurer reported that she has banquet tickets 
and reservation forms on hand. 

She received "Thank You" cards from Mrs. Ruby Allen, Mrs. Nannie 
Smith's Family, and the Frank Thompson Family. 

The Executive Board will meet March 24, 1984. 

The Urban Bible Institute of Detroit, Michigan, will award President Horton 
an Honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree. The ceremony will be the fifth 
Sunday in April at 3:30 p.m. 

Dr. Brodie stated that we need $126,189.50 to fulfill our budget. "Please 
send or bring as much money as you can to help complete our budget." 

She also stated that the Internal Auditor engaged by the GBSC wants to 
see the flow chart and review the bookkeeping records of the Woman's 
Convention. 

Chariman Falls commented on the very good report given by Executive 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

She also motioned that the Internal Auditor proceed with the flow chart for 
the Woman's Convention and review our bookkeeping and related matters; 
then report the findings to the Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Woman's 
Convention and the President of the Woman's Convention. The motion was 
seconded and carried. 

COMPUTER SERVICE - It was motioned and carried that Executive 
Secretary-Treasurer Brodie be authorized, in the event if approached by 
services of computer operation to come into the office, to discuss and 
investigate available services excluding the removal of records from the office. 



YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT: 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels reported that the Mid- Year Session was well 
attended in spite of bad weather. They had a very good program. 

"United For Christian Influence" is the theme for the Young Adult Leaders' 
Workshop. 



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Mrs. Daniels stated that Young Adult Vice-Presidents need a report blank 
adapted for their reporting. 

The Young Adult Retreat will be the first Saturday in June, 9:20 a.m. to 2 
p.m. Parents will bring food and other necessities for their three and four year 
olds. Also if parents bring young children to the Youth Department Session, a 
program should be planned for them. 

YOUTH DEPARTMENT: 

No report. Supervisor was absent. 

CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE: 

Dr. J.B. McLester being absent. President Horton reported that 
Centennial materials are here, "We are doing very well. The book will be 
returned to the office July 1st. First materials go to the printer this week, 
Tuesday; the others, two weeks later." 

New business (was) deferred until the next Executive Committee 
Meeting. 



Mrs. Luella D. Edwards asked that some consideration be given to assist 
her for extra trips from Fayetteville to Raleigh for extra committee meetings; 
sometimes she comes two (2) or three (3) times a week. 

Mrs. Marian H. Bass motioned that, if available, Mrs. Edwards be 
compensated for her transportation from Fayetteville to Raleigh. Motion 
carried. 

Mrs. Helen W. Falls motioned that the President and Executive Secretary- 
Treasurer get together to adjust travel expenses for this special request from 
Mrs. Edwards. Motion adopted and carried. 

The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Marian H. Bass. 

Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary 
Mrs. Thelma C. Horton, Chairman 

Members Present: 

Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie Mrs. Helen W. Falls 

Mrs. Marian H. Bass Mrs. Thelma C. Horton 

Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis Mrs. Georgia M. Turner 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels Drs. Home and McLester (Sent excuses) 
Mrs. Luella D. Edwards 



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March 24, 1984 

The Executive Committee of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention of North Carolina, Auxiliary to General Baptist State 
Convention met at 9:00 A.M. at Shaw University Chapel, with six members 
present, namely Sisters Home, Edwards, Horton, Turner, Mitchell, Falls, and 
Bass. The Executive Secretary, Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie, was absent due to 
illness. 

President Thelma C. Horton, presiding, presented Chairperson Helen W. 
Falls, who extended greetings and gave brief devotions for the morning. It was 
moved by Sister Berthenia D. Home, seconded by Sister L. Edwards, for the 
adoption of the agenda for the day. Minutes of the Executive meeting 
February 11, were read and approved by the Committee. Business consisted 
of: 



1. Concerns of sponsoring two youth from the youth 
department of the Woman's Baptist Home & 
Foreign Missionary Convention in attendance at 
summer retreat with Lott Carey Convention. Sister 
Berthenia motioned the sponsoring of two youth 
which was seconded by Sister Turner. Motion was 
carried. 

Expense for the supervisor will be supported by the 
Convention. 

2. The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolution 

That we request the General Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina, Incorporated, to put 
a hold on the present Constitution and Structure 
(1974), as it relates to the Woman's Convention 
until such time that the provisions of the 
Constitution and Structure have been properly 
reviewed as they relate to the present need and 
progress of the Woman's Convention. 
That the AGREEMENT made in 1946 be honored 
until this time. 

3. Dr. Pat Russell will be the banquet speaker with the 
inclusive fee of $1,200.00. It was unanimously 
agreed by the Committee of the set fee. The 
Committee adjourned to the session of the 
Executive Board. 



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Respectfully submitted, 

Marian H. Bass, Acting Recorder 
Thelma C. Horton, Chairperson, Executive Board 



May 26, 1984 

The Executive Committee of the Woman's Baptist State Convention met in 
the basement at the Baptist Headquarters on the above date. 

Dr. Thelma Horton, Chairman, opened the meeting with greetings; read 
several scripture passages and prayed. 

Brief testimonies on thankfulness were expressed by each Executive 
Committee member. 

Chairman Horton explained not having a written agenda for the meeting. 
She read an oral agenda which was adopted as read. 

Minutes from the March 24th Executive Board meeting were read and 
adopted. 

Chairman Horton mentioned two deaths which were not reported to our 
Convention office: 



1. Mrs. Lillian S. Pittman - Funeralized April 24th at 
Rocky Mount, N.C. Information was not received 
until the afternoon before the funeral. A mail-o- 
was sent by President Horton from the Convention. 

2. Mrs. Hattie M. King - who worked with the 
Convention. 

Mrs. McLester mentioned that Mrs. J. A. Little's brother and sister died 
within a week apart. 

No notice was received in the Convention's office. 

Mrs. J. A. Kennedy passed in April. 

If a person connected with the Woman's Convention expires and you are 
asked to represent the Convention, our office and the president sjiould be 
informed about it. 

Chairman Horton asked the Committee to think about this matter and 
make a decision at our next meeting. 

She also stated that the By-Laws Committee, chaired by Mrs. Wilma 
Bryant has not made a report because she (Chairman Horton) asked them to 
wait until a decision is made relative to the Constitution of the General Baptist 
State Convention. 



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Chairman Horton reported that she attended the Lott Carey Annual 
Board Meetings which were held in Washington, D.C., April 24th-25th. The 
Convention is to be held in Louisville, Kentucky. Musical and Banquet are 
combined as Memorial to Myrtle Thompson - 7 to 9:30 P.M. Pre-registration 
$1.50 per delegate - 

By-Laws of Woman's Auxiliary to be discussed during annual session; 
offering Thursday afternoon - $15.00 or more per person; Budget $175,125.00. 

Women recommended for Woman of the Week are: 

1. Ethel Bittle - Charlotte 

2. Sallie Haynes - Mt. Zion - Winston-Salem 

3. Pennecola Clybourn - Shiloh - Winston-Salem. 

For Information: 

The resolution recommended by a special committee during the One-Day 
Session of the General Baptist Convention, Wilmington, was read. The 
resolution supported the Ordination of Women as Ministers and Deacons in 
the Baptist Church. The resolution will be acted upon in the annual session in 
October. 

The firm of Walter C. Davenport, Garrett and Sullivian has been retained 
to do the annual audits for the General Convention and its auxiliaries. Mr. Joe 
N. Norman, CPA, was terminated on May 9, 1984. He was requested to 
continue the audit of the Woman's Convention through August 31, to close 
out the books. 

The General Convention is negotiating the purchase of the old YMCA 
Building. It has been suggested that the present building be placed on the 
market. 

Chairman Horton showed copies of the Centennial invitations. These will 
be sent to dignitaries and denominational leaders. 

(Personnel Policies Article II has been adopted. Copies will be mailed to the 
Executive Committee members.) 

Report - Executive Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Brodie thanked the committee for prayers, energy spent and interest. 

We were asked to encourage people to get in their housing reservations 
and purchase their banquet tickets which are $15.00 this year. At this time it 
seems that the Executive Board will meet at the Civic Center. 

Dr. Brodie stated that she had received letters from Mrs. Mable S. 
Williams, Rocky Mount, and Mrs. Essie Lassiter, who want to become 
members of the Executive Board of the Woman's Convention. 

She was advised by the committee to answer their letters, letting them 
know that their letters have been received and their names placed on the 
waiting list. 

She also received a letter from Mrs. Lucy Gray, who is a minister now, 
wanting to organize a chain of prayer groups. 



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It was motioned and carried to put her request under consideration for 
study. 

Dr. Brodie asked how long should the office keep records, that is, report 
blanks, and other materials on hand? 

She was told to check the legality for the length of time to keep records on 
hand and report back to the committee. 

Executive Secretary Brodie spoke of the difficulty of our Fiscal Year ending 
May 31st and the money need to run the office for June, July and August 31st. 
No agreemnt was made as how to solve this problem. 

Dr. Brodie passed out a Financial Progress Report showing that 
approximately 31 thousand dollars is needed to reach our goals for the 
Baptist Assembly, Shaw University, Shaw Divinity School, and Central 
Orphanage. 

The Budget Committee met but some of the figures are subject to change 
when reviewed by the auditor; some honorariums are listed instead of salaries 
example: If the editor's pay may be listed as an honorarium instead of a 
salary. 

It was motioned and carried to adopt the report from Executive Secretary 
Brodie with commendations for a job well done. 

Young Adult Department 

Mrs. Daniels Director of the Young Adult Department made the following 
report: 

1 . The second annual Young Adult Retreat will be held 
on Saturday, June 2, 1984, at the J.J. Johnson 
Baptist Assembly. 

2. From reports over the state the Young Adults are 
still working. 

3. We were inspirationally pleased with the 2 Sessions 
this year, namely: the Mid-Year and the Leaders' 
Workshop. 

4. At our next Board meeting, "I will have a rough 
copy of the Young Adult Report Blanks." 

5. We are still pressing on the upward way. New 
heights we're gaining every day. 

Director Bronnie H. Daniels 

Associate Director Julia McDonald 

President Phylisa Kelly 



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Also, Mrs. Daniels stated that the Young Adults need a project. They 
would like to present a gift for the Rowan Building at the Baptist Assembly. 
She wanted some suggestions as to what is needed. The answer - there is a 
policy concerning receiving gifts. Chairman Horton is to check out the 
policies on gift giving. 

Chairman Horton thanked Mrs. Daniels for the splendid report. 

Youth Department Report 

Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell, Supervisor, thanked the committee for their support 
and interest. 

She stated that they would like to send a delegate to the Annual Youth 
Christian Seminar on Shaw University's campus. 

It was motioned and agreed that if possible youth President Milton Todd, 
be a delegate to the Annual Youth Seminar. 

Centennial Program 

Dr. J.B. McLester thanked those who have helped out with the centennial 
program. She talked to TV Station 1 1 - Durham - The Erwin Hester program, 
who will show at least 10 minutes on Video Tape of the Woman's Convention 
high lights. This will be Thursday night, July 19, 1984. There is not cost for the 
program, but to rent the equipment and hire people to operate the equipment 
will cost approximately one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). 

Mrs. Falls motioned to adopt the report presented by Chairman McLester. 
The motion carried. 

Chairman Horton suggested having a historian to continue to gather 
materials and publish the up-dated history of our Convention at the end of our 

Centennial Year. She asked for permission to see if she can find a professional 
historian to work with our History Committee and have it ready by 1985. 

It was motioned and carried to explore the possibility of getting historians 
to up-date the Woman's Baptist State Convention's history. 

Tenure 

Mrs. Hattie Williams the first Board member's 3 year term expires July of 
this year (1984). 

Tenaure applies to all officers, so there will be other vacancies. Members 
Present: 

Mrs. Marian H. Bass Mrs. Helen W. Falls 

Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie Dr. Berthenia D. Home 

Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis Dr. Thelma C. Horton 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels Dr. J.B. McLester 

Mrs. Luella D. Edwards Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell 

Mrs. Georgia M. Turner 



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The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Helen Falls, Chairman of the 
Executive Board of the Woman's Baptist State Convention. 

Mrs. Mildred Laws Chavis, Secretary 
Dr. Thelma C. Horton, Chairman 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 29 

MINUTES OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD 
OF 
THE WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 
CONVENTION OF N.C. 



July 25, 1983 

The Executive Board of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention of North Carolina, Auxiliary to the General Baptist 
State Convention, met in the Tryon Room at the Radisson Hotel, Charlotte, 
N.C, on the above date. 

Mrs. Clara N. Hayes opened the meeting, gave greetings, and stated the 
purpose. 

Moments of meditation were by Mrs. J. A. Little. The agenda was read and 
adopted by motion. Minutes of the Executive Board were read by Mrs. 
Mildred L. Chavis. Minutes were adopted by motion. Dr. J.B. McLester 
questioned the language concerning the job description being sent to the 
General Board. The job description should have read - The General Board of 
the General Baptist State Convention which was meeting the next day. 

Chairperson Hayes stated that a letter of apology was to be written and 
published in 'The Baptist Informer", but she has not seen an account of it. 
President Horton stated that the letter of apology for "The Baptist Informer" 
is on its way to its destination. However, there was a statement in The Helper. 

Roll Call - Members responded with Board dues. There were 59 Board 
members present; collected $385.00 today for board dues. 

Presentation of Dr. E. Burns Turner - Dr. E.B. Turner, President of the 
General Baptist State Convention, gave greetings and commended the 
Woman's Convention and its leaders for another successful year. He thanked 
President Horton for appointing women on some 30 or more committees of 
the General Baptist Convention. All of the appointed women have been hard 
at work trying to strengthen the Lord's work among the Baptist family of 
North Carolina. We are doing many good things slowly yet positively; eagerly 
yet patiently; quietly yet openly; determined yet friendly; new interest, new 
concerns are developing across our state and new excitement of the work. 

He referred to the State-Wide Rural Conference held in Raleigh, Saturday, 
July 21st. There were over 200 persons attending that Conference; some he 
had never seen before. 



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President Turner asked that all auxiliaries to the General Baptist State 
Convention unite and work together to build stronger institutions united in 
our fiscal year. 

"For example, as of now, Shaw Divinity School's records show that a 
certain amount from the Woman's Convention; Shaw University's records a 
different amount reported and the General Baptist State Convention's 
Records show still another amount reported. We have three different 
amounts where as if all auxiliaries' fiscal year end at the same time all reports 
would be recorded at the same time and it would be easy to see just what each 
auxiliary reported for our objectives; also enable us to see how much was 
raised for our various objectives per year. First we need to get understanding. 
Understanding is needed for our progress; understanding inspires and 
challenges us." 

President Turner stated that as long as he is president, The General Baptist 
Convention will not involve themselves in any money affairs of the Woman's 
State Convention. They never want to have the Women's money coming to 
their office. He is working on the fact that if any comes to their office, it will be 
given to the Woman's Convention office if it is sent for that purpose. 
However, He will always be asking for something. The Unified Plan must 
include our women with all auxiliaries fiscal year ending at the same time. 

After Dr. Turner's explanation, Dr. Berthenia Home motioned the 
Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Convention will agree at this session 
to accept the fiscal year of the General Baptist State Convention and the 
other auxiliaries. The motion was seconded and carried. 

Mrs. Hayes, Chairperson of the Executive Board, thanked the members for 
loyal support during her eight (8) years as Chairperson of the Executive Board 
of the Woman's Convention. She had to leave at 1 p.m. Her husband is ill. 

President Horton stated that Sister Hayes has been a good and fair 
chairperson for these past eight years. She thanked her for service rendered 
and asked the members to stand and give her a rising vote of thanks. 



MOMENTS WITH THE PRESIDENT 

President Thelma Horton gave greetings and appreciation for the support 
given these two years. She announced that Sister Minnie Jones lost her 
husband. Past President Vera Slade was funeralized June 25, 1983. 



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Sister Louise Slater also expired; she was Director of Women's Work of the 
Lott Carey Convention. We need a means of letting people know when 
leaders expire. 

She mentioned that Sister Bessie Hairston will be honored as Woman of the 
Year at the Lott Carey. North Carolina women should present her a plaque or 
some other appropriate gift. Also they will honor women of the week. She 
suggested that the women honored from North Carolina be given certificates. 

Dr. Home suggested instead of giving a plaque that money be given. 

NATIONAL CONVENTION: 

Dr. McLester asked that those who wish to contribute to the Ross 
Appreciation Fund give her the envelopes, so that she can report a lump sum. 



RECOMMENDATIONS: 

President Horton made the following recommendations: 

1. That we present certificates to the North Carolina 
Lott Carey women of the week during the Lott 
Carey Annual Session, and that an appropriate gift 
be presented to the Lott Carey Woman of the Year. 

2. That a special committee be appointed. The 
purpose of this committee shall be to study ways 
and means to bring the By-Laws of the Woman's 
Baptist Home & Foreign Missionary Convention 
into compliance with the constitution of the 
General Baptist State Convention. Members will be 
named later. 

3. In consideration of the fact that the U.S. Congress 
has declared 1983 as the Year of the Bible, and the 
United Nations has declared 1983 as the Year of 
Communication; and inasmuch as our 
Convention's Theme is "Shaping The World 
Through Christian Influence" I recommend that we 
implement these important emphases by donating 



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Bibles in the name of the Woman's Baptist Home & 
Foreign Missionary Convention to some worthy 
cause or institution. 

4. That we give a rising vote of thanks to Chairwoman 
Augusta White, Co-Chairwomen Clara Hayes and 
Helen Falls, and the members of the Self-Study 
Committee for the very fine way they carried out 
our Self-Study project. The next stage in our Self- 
Study will consist of an evaluation of the results and 
the preparation of some resolutions which will be 
presented to you hopefully during our November 
19, Executive Board meeting. 

5. Due to the unavailability of the Raleigh Civic Center 
our convention will open one day off the regular day 
scheduled. Instead of opening on Monday, we will 
open Tuesday, July 17. Therefore, I recommend 
that the presidents' annual messages be presented 
on Thursday. 

6. In Light of the increased Budget and Quota system 
advanced by our Parent Body, I forsee an increase 
in the amount of money we need to receive to meet 
our budget. Therefore, I recommend that each 
Year-Round Committee membership be increased 
to 100 or one committee member of each in each 
county union. I further recommend that a briefing 
session be authorized to be held following the 
November 19th Executive Board meeting at the 
University Church, if available, to instruct the newly 
informed committee members of their duties and 
responsibilities. The committee will be appointed by 
the President in consultation with the Executive 
Secretary and local leaders. 

All the recommendations presented by President Horton were adopted by 
motion. 



REQUEST: 

President Horton stated that a request has come from Mrs. Georgia Guest 
asking that a Love Offering be taken for her. She had some set backs. She had 
surgery and cannot work as she did before. It was recommended that one love 



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Offering be taken and divided between those who are deemed necessary to 
receive it. The motion was carried. 

President Horton appointed Dr. J.B. McLester to serve as Parlimentarian 
for this Annual Session. 

It was motioned, seconded, and carried that this appointment be adopted. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

Mrs. Luella Edwards announced that the mission class will convene from 8 
to 9:10 a.m. Wednesday morning. We will march in as last year. Officers, 
program participants, Board members, Youth and Young Adults will form the 
line. 

REPORTS 

Executive Secretary Brodie, gave greetings, thanks and appreciation for 
support given. She stated that Mrs. Gladys Watlington is ill and asked for her 
our prayers. She reminded the Board members to ask for their compli- 
mentary parking tickets. 

Early morning devotion will begin Tuesday morning at 6:00 a.m. 

Mission Study Classes will begin at 8 a.m., taught by Mrs. C.B. Walters at 
the Civic Center; the book used, The Complete Disciple - $4.10. Youth will 
study It's My World. Young Adults will study the same book the seniors are 
studying. 

Banquet at 6 p.m. - Be in line by 5:45 p.m. 

BUDGET: 

Proposed budget for 1983 was $381,066.00; we received $386,688.51. She 
closed by saying - "Without God (the Woman's Convention) would be 
nothing. Without Him (we) would fail. Without Him (we) would be like a ship 
without a sail." 

Through this session may we constantly be reminded, that the Soul, the 
very being, the very essence of our Woman's Convention is anchored in 
Jesus. 

"Though storms and billows may roll, Satan has so many temptations, God 
The Captain of our Soul, without Him we could do nothing. To God be the 
Glory." 



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YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. Bronnie Daniels reported that they have had another successful year. 

This past June the First Young Adult Retreat was held at the J.J. Johnson 
Assembly in Laurel Hill. Over 200 persons attended. 

YOUTH DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell reported having a glorious year. She spent 3 weeks at 
camp for the first time, with some very fine Christian youth through out the 
State of North Carolina. 

This year they had a successful Evangelistic service at Martin Street Baptist 
Church, Raleigh. 

Encourage the youth to take part in your County Unions and District 
Conferences. 

It was motioned and carried that the reports from Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. 
Mitchell be accepted. 

President Horton suggested incorporating a luncheon meeting so that the 
Board could complete its meeting and would not have to rush out for lunch. 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Leola Harris, Chairperson, stated that the Budget has not been 
completed; they are working on it. 

Dr. McLester asked that the Centennial Committee meet tomorrow after 
the 2 p.m. session. 

SELF-STUDY COMMITTEE 

Miss Augusta White Chairperson, passed out reports as resuks of the 
questionnaires. She received 142 copies back. 

Miss White tabulated each question. She worked very hard to get the 
report ready for today. "Read your reports and all chairpersons take this 
information to your section, call your committee, write an introduction, and 
make recommendations by September 25, 1983. Forward it to the 
convention's office." She hopes to have a report by the November Board 
Meeting, if the committees cooperate. 






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A motion was made to adopt the report with recommendations. Motion 
carried. A rising vote of thanks was given this committee. 

NEW BUSINESS 

Election - Mrs. Helen Falls was elected Chairperson of the Executive 
Board. Mrs. Wilma Bryant was elected Assistant Chairperson; Secretary of 
the Board and the Executive Committee, Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, and 
Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Novella Whitted. 

The meeting adjourned with prayer. 

Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary 
Mrs. Clara N. Hayes, Chairperson 

November 19, 1983 

The Executive Board met on the above date. Mrs. Helen W. Falls, 
Chairwoman, called the meeting to order. 

Moments of meditation were by Mrs. Wilma Bryant, greetings and purpose 
by Mrs. Helen Falls. 

Mrs. Phylisa F. Kelly, a new Board member, was presented and welcomed. 

The agenda was approved by motion. 

Minutes of the Executive Board and the Executive Committee were read 
and adopted. 

Reverend A.D. Logan, Assistant to the Executive Secretary of the General 

Baptist State Convention, greeted the members and talked about the General 

Baptist Foundation, Inc. He invited the Board members to attend a meeting 

; scheduled for December 6, 1983, at 2 p.m., Ramada Inn, Downtown Durham. 

He passed out brochures to each member. 

Chairwoman Falls thanked Reverend Logan. 



MOMENTS WITH PRESIDENT THELMA C. HORTON 
GREETINGS: 

President Horton gave greetings and praise to each for love, support and 
helpfulness. She said that God is depending on each of us to use the talents He 
has entrusted into our care and keeping to glorify Him at all times. 



36 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 

"We are experiencing changes in our General Baptist relationships and 
some have expressed concern about it. We must keep abreast of these 
changes and attend the committee meetings to which we were assigned to the 
General Baptist State Convention. Policies are made in these meetings; we 
must be present to speak for the Woman's Convention." 

ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

1. "A post-convention work session of the General 
Baptist Convention will be held on December 7th & 
8th at the Ramada Inn, 1-85. Our constitution and 
structure will be presented by Dr. K.O.P. Goodwin. 

2. Those of you who have questions may attend. Dr. 
Brodie will inform you of the date and time the 
presentation will be made. 

"The General Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina, Inc., invites us to the official "Creation" of 
the General Baptist Foundation, Inc., on December 
6th at 2 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, Central Durham. 

3. "February will be designated as "National Missions 
Month." The work of our National Conventions will 
be emphasized through our local affiliates. 
Contributions will be forwarded as disignated. 

4. "Mrs. Nannie L. Smith, Executive Board member, 
has been sick since October 20, 1983." 

APPOINTMENTS: 

1. By-Laws Committee 

Mrs. Wilma Bryant, Chairwoman Mrs. Bronnie Daniels 
Mrs. Novella T. Whitted, Co-Chairwoman Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell 

Mrs. Clara N. Hayes Mrs. Eva H. Johnson 

Mrs. Luella D. Edwards Mrs. Robbie H. Diggs 

Mrs. Georgia M. Turner Mrs. Maggie H. White 

Dr. Johnnie B. McLester Miss Augusta White 

Dr. Berthenia D. Home Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie 

Mrs. Helen W. Falls Mrs. Thelma C. Horton 

"The purpose of this committee shall be to study ways and means to bring 
the By-Laws of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 



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Convention into compliance with the constitution of the General Baptist 
State Convention. 

2. "The following persons have been recommended to 
the President of the General Baptist State 
Convention to serve for 1984 on Boards, 
Commissions, and Committees of the General 
Baptist State Convention, Incorporated." (See 
attached sheets.) 

RECOMMENDATIONS: 

1. "In compliance with recommendation No. 6 that I 
presented to the Executive Board and was adopted 
during the 1983 Annual Session, I recommend that 
a briefing session be held December 17, 1983, to 
instruct the newly appointed Year-Round 
Committee members of their duties and 
responsibilities. I further recommend that this 
meeting be designated as a "Summitt Conference" 
to include Auxiliary Presidents, Missionary Circle 
Presidents, County Union Presidents, District 
Conference Chairwomen, Special Workers, 
Executive Board members, Year-Round 
Committee Chairwomen and Co-Chairwomen. 
"The Conference will be held from 10:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. Dr. McLester will 
meet with the centennial committee following the conference, briefly. 



2. "In compliance with the recommendation adopted 
by the Executive Board on November 20, 1982, I 
recommend that Mrs. Gladys Griffin and Mrs. 
Elfredia Brooks be invited to become a member of 
the Executive Board on March 1984 to serve for 
three years (July 1987). (These vacancies were due 
to the death of Past President Mrs. Vera M. Slade 
and Executive Board Member, Mrs. Nannie L. 
Smith). 
Woman's Convention appointees to serve for 1984 on Boards, 

Commissions, and Committees of the General Baptist State Convention of 

North Carolina, Incorporated. (See sheets for names). 

Mrs. J. A. Little motioned to adopt the report and recommendations 
presented by President Horton. Motion seconded and carried. 



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It was motioned and carried by majority, that the Woman's Baptist State 
Convention donate one Hundred Dollars ($100.00) to the National 
Convention Fund honoring Mrs. Funches and Mrs. Gaylord to be divided 
between the two, for service rendered. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT 

Dr. Priscilla Brodie, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, greeted the members; 
thanked them for thier support and asked that we pray hard and work hard 
for the objectives of our Convention. 

She reminded us of the changed date for the annual session. The musical 
will be Monday night, Registration Tuesday morning. 

A clinic has been built in Liberia. 

Founder's Day we gave to Shaw University a check for $18,817.50; to Shaw 
Divinity School a check for $4,774.70. 

FINANCIAL PROGRESS REPORT: 

The proposed Budget is $395,981.81. 

The amount received June 1983 - October 1983, (4 months) $204,360.82, 
amount needed $191,620.99. 

Dr. Brodie read a very nice "Thank you" letter from Reverend Wayne 
Hines, past president of the Young Adults. 

Chairwoman Falls thanked Dr. Brodie for her report. 

REPORT- YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels, greeted the members. Saturday, November 5, 
1983, the Young Adult Advisory Committee met at the Baptist Headquarters 
for the purpose of evaluating last year's work and planning fo this year. 

They have submitted their program for the Mid- Year Session. 

At the next meeting they will submit a more detailed report. 

Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels, Director 

Mrs. Julia McDonald, Associate Director 

Mrs. Phylisa Kelly, President 



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REPORT - YOUTH DEPARTMENT 

Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell gave greetings and thanks for support given and also 
for the three prizes for the Shaw Contest and Have-A-Heart For Mission 
Contest. 

It was motioned and carried that all three of the above reports be adopted. 

President Horton asked that all groups assemble at 11:00 a.m. at the Mid- 
Year Session. She also stated that the Executive Board will meet Tuesday at 
the Annual Session. 

The Convention Choir will rehearse Tuesday. 

The Banquet speaker for Tuesday night is Dr. Patricia P. Russell. 

Thursday night is Centennial Night. 

CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE REPORT 

Dr. McLester stated that the Centennial Souvenir book is coming on nicely. 
She received a letter telling of a 7% interest plan. 

A motion was made to authorize Executive-Secretary Brodie to pay the 
necessary amount to receive the 7% interest. The motion carried. 

Question? Who has the authority to change the Woman's Convention 
approved Budget? 

The answer was not given. 

Mrs. Omega Johnson motioned that we go with the budget as outlined by 
the General Baptist Convention. Motion carried. 

President Horton suggested that we draw up resolutions of concern of the 
Woman's Convention on the 17th of December. 

It was motioned to present these resolutions from the Woman's Baptist 
State Convention to the Parent Body on January 30-31st at their Board 
meeting. The motion carried. 

The Board meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Maggie White. 
Mrs. Lucy Gray suggested that we pray at a certain time Tuesday, 
December 6th. 9 a.m. was the hour set for prayer. 



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There were 58 members present. 
4 members sent excuses. 



Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary 
Mrs. Helen W. Falls, Chairwoman 



March 24, 1984 

The Executive Board of the Woman's Convention of North Carolina met 
on March 24, (Shaw's University Chapel), Shaw's campus for its regular 
board meeting with Sister Helen Falls as Chairlady, presiding. 

Devotion was by Sister Nancy Young with an Easter flavor. Sister Leola 
Harris, pianist, assisted with a musical selection "Down At The Cross." 

Sister Falls greeted the body and offered thanks for "your support and for 
the attendance of the day." 

Following the adoption of the agenda, two new board members were 
presented: 

1. Sister Elfreida Brooks - Gaston County 

2. Sister Gladys Hill - Alexander County. 

Minutes of the Executive Board were read and adopted with one 
clarification (The Convention officially opens on July 17 instead of July 16th). 

A previous request for travel expense for added responsibilities of Sister 
Luella Edwards was explained thoroughly by President Horton, that if such a 
request is made, a bonified request and presented in the name of the 
Convention, that request will be granted. The Executive Board minutes were 
adopted following a bit of discussion and understanding cleared. 

Dr. Turner, President of General Baptist, and Dr. Harris, President-At- 
Large, were presented to the board. They both expressed their delight at 
being invited to meet with us. Dr. Harris brought greetings and solicited 
respect and support for the General Baptist and expressed his personal love 
and high esteem for President Turner. 

Fourteen concerns of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 
Convention were addressed: 

Many questions, a very lengthy discussion, and warm efforts were 
displayed from the floor and directed at President Turner who made every 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 41 

effort to answer and give directions to the concerns as best as he could in the 
interest of the boards, staff, and the entire Baptist Convention. 

Dr. Turner asked that we delete the term "change" as indicated in our 
recommendation and insert the word or term "effort" to address some 
issues presently with us. The General Baptist has not altered nor bothered 
the a,b,c, 1st page under ("By Auxiliary What Do You Mean"). Dr. McLester 
was concerned about the parties whose names are signed at the bottom, but 
no clear answer was exhibited. Only one name survives; the other persons are 
deceased. 

Dr. Turner was asked to check if the General Baptist would perhaps 
choose new assignees or/and update the statement. 

Persons absent with excuses 

1. Sister Augusta White-Conflict in schedule 

2. Sister Bertha Gore-Illness in home 

3. Sister Mildred L. Chavis-Illness in home 

4. Sister Ruby Allen-Death in family 

5. Sister Wilma Bryant-Out-of-town, emergency 

6. Sister Pauline G. Reid-Ill at home 

7. Sister Priscilla A. Brodie-Ill 

No. 3 on concerns sheet. 

Dr. Turner's comment - your staff, our staff is not the finance committee of 
the Convention. 

No. 4 - Answer: Yes 

No. 5 - Answer: The role they've always had, perhaps an extra co-authority 
is needed in addition to President Horton and Executive Secretary Brodie. 

No. 6 - Answer: An appointment with Vice Chairman and a saving of 
$2,300.00 through the printing contract. 

No. 7 - Answer: The General Baptist and the Executive Committee. 

No. 8 - Answer: It is the president's (Turner) wish that we do become a part 
of the unified plan. 

No. 9 - Answer: Yes! Just be patient; women are represented on all 
committees. 



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No. 10 - Answer: Dr. Turner replied, does not completely understand. But 
perhaps a way can be worked out if willing to do so. 

No. 11 - Answer: There should be an exchange of men and women to all 
meetings. It's a necessity - perhaps a district meeting with all pastors would be 
helpful. 

No. 12 - Answer: Yes, some committees are limited by size; all other 
committees are open for additional names. 

No. 13 - Answer: The quota system promotes tithing and giving offerings - 
The Bible says, "Bring Ye Your tithes and offerings." 

No. 14 - Answer: Hopefully, there's been lots of satisfaction; nothing new. 

From the questions and answers some misunderstandings were perhaps 
resolved. Chairman Falls declared that if a committee from the General 
Baptist fails to have clarity on reports that come from Woman's Convention, 
that the report be sent back to the Woman's Convention before any changes 
are made by General Baptist Committee. 

Dr. Turner advised that the Budget Committee will not do anything without 
the Woman's Convention consent. Another advice coming from Dr. Turner 
was that Mrs. Horton be made Co-Chairperson to Dr. Lewis on the Printing 
Committee. Dr. Brodie, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, is legally responsible 
to the Helper. 

Dr. Turner pledged his support to do as the Woman's Convention requests 
of him and that Mrs. Horton give added names, if desirous, to the General 
Baptist to be placed on Committees of the Woman's Convention's choice. 

President Turner stated that he would request General Baptist 
Convention's Chairmen to schedule some Saturday meetings for the 
convience of committee persons in the Woman's Convention. 

Youth Department Supervisor Yvonne Mitchell gave a hearty thanks for 
support and reported that the Department plans to give trophies for talents 
and outgoing officers (trophies for Shaw and Have-A-Heart Contests.), also 
to give some type of recognition to Sister Annie Dunigan, for her supportive 
services; received with recommendation. 

Minutes of today's Executive Committee meeting were read by Recorder 
Bass, moved and adopted. 






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The Budget was read by Mrs. Watlington in the absence of Dr. Brodie, who 
was ill, and accepted for information. 

There was no report from the Young Adult Department. 

Dr. McLester made a postive report on souvenir-Centennial Committee. 

President Horton reported two resignations: 

1. Mrs. Iris Thomas - New Bride; resigned from the 
staff as Office secretary. 

2. Mrs. Willie A. Mountain, an Executive Board 
member, moving to Philadelphia, for health 
reasons. 

- J We were asked that some proper recognition be given to Mrs. Mountain 
and told that Dr. Brodie had a place setting for the new bride in the name of 
the Convention. 

Recommendation - That we request the General Baptist State Convention 
to put a hold on the present constitution and structure (1974) as it relates to 
the Woman's Convention until such time that the provisions of constitution 
and structure have been properly received as they relate to the present need 
and progress of the Woman's Convention; that the agreement made in 1946 
be honored until this time. 

It was motioned and carried that the recommendation go to the General 
Board and the Executive Committee. 

Chairman Falls gave thanks again and called Mrs. Turner for a prayer of 
thanksgiving. Hands were clasped and prayer offered. 

We adjourned. 

Mrs. Helen Falls, Chairman 
Mrs. Novella Whitted, Assistant Secretary 

ADDENDUM: 



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SOME CONCERNS 

OF THE 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 

CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

1. How do you see or understand the Youth Bible Camp in rela- 
tionship to Auxiliary activity? Do you understand the Youth 
Bible Camp to be an activity of the Woman's Convention or Do 
you see it to be an activity of the General Baptist State Con- 
vention? 

2. What is your position on the following Agreement? 

FROM THE GUIDE AND HANDBOOK (1952, 
page 69) 

1946 — Many changes were made in this meeting. The 
most outstanding event was the position that the Wo- 
man's State Convention assumed as an Auxiliary to the 
General Baptist State Convention. Many of the women 
wanted to know what would be required of an auxiliary 
body, and how much power would they assume. For 
clarification on this question the following statements 
were given and presented by the members of the Execu- 
tive Board of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention. 

CLARIFICATION 

By Auxiliary We Do Not Mean: 

(a) That the General Baptist State Convention desires 
or contemplates handling the financial affairs of the 
Woman's Baptist Hoem and Foreign Missionary 
Convention. 

(b) That the General Baptist State Convention desires 
or contemplates selecting officers for the Woman's 
Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention. 

(c) That the General Baptist State Convention desires 
or contemplates directing the Missionary Training 
Program of the Woman's Baptist Home and 
Foreign Missionary Convention. 



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This statement signed by the Executive Committee of the General Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina. 

O.S. Bullock, Chairman 
G.W. Watkins, Secretary 
P. A. Bishop, President 
T. Kilgore, Executive Secretary 

3. How does the established Finance Committee of the General 
Baptist Convention relate to the Woman's Convention? Is it the 
duty of this committee to receive all monies at the sessions of the 
Convention and its Auxiliaries? Report to the Convention on 
receipts and expenditures of all monies? Present to the 
Convention an audit report of all funds at the Annual Session? 

4. If tapes are made during the Woman's Convention's Sessions, 
will the percentage (profit) be given to the Woman's 
Convention? 

5. To what extent is the Place Committee expected to work with 
the Woman's Convention in the selection of places for their 
annual sessions? What is the role of the President and Executive 
Secretary-Treasurer in the selection of a place, conferring with 
the host pastor, hotel manager, and etc.? 

6. How much money will the Woman's Convention save through 
the Printing Contract? Is there any advantage in the "Missionary 
Helper" being included in this contract since it must be sublet to 
the same company that is printing the Helper for the Woman's 
Convention at this present time.? 

7. Who has the authority to change the disbursements of the 
Woman's Convention? Does this not include salaries, 
honorariums, travel, etc.? 

8. What are your views in regard to the Woman's Convention's 
participation and/or becoming a part of the Unified Plan? 

9. If the women serving on the twenty-three Committees of the 
General Baptist Convention are important and a genuine part of 

Ithe committee, why is not some consideration given to the time 

, and place ofthe many meetings since many are unable to spend 

more than a day away from their many responsibilities at home 

and on the job and; because of the great amount of expense 



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involved in attending the meetings? Could a few less meetings be 
held with better planning and implementation? 

10. Problem: We (the Woman's Convention) lose a lot of support 
and time by having to adhere to other committees that impede 
the progress of our work. Comment? 

11. Are the District Workers of the General Baptist and Sunday 
School, Laymen, BTU and Ushers expected to attend the 
District Meetings of the Woman's Convention? In what 
capacity? 

12. Since it appears that the representation the Woman's 
Convention has on the various boards, committees, etc. is 
similar to the tokenism blacks experience in our society, more 
especially our government, is it possible for us to have fair 
representation in policy making, and etc? 

13. The Woman's Convention has enjoyed and prospered with free- 
will gifts. The quoto system is not the Bible way of giving. How 
can we move forward and backward at the same time? 

14. Are you able, as President, to assure us that our ministeries will 
continue to progress as in previous year? The grumbling across 
the state indicates that there is much confusion and 
dissatisfaction. Can you offer us any assurance that the peace 
and harmony in our Convention will be restored? 



May 21, 1983 

Executive Board Meeting 
Presiding - Mrs. Clara N. Hayes, Chairperson 
Moments of Meditation - Past President Turner 
Greetings and Purpose - Mrs. Clara N. Hayes 

Agenda was adopted by motion. 

Minutes of the Executive Board were read and with the omission that Mrs. 
Martha J. Brown, who was a Convention worker expired. Minutes were 
approved. 

The two recommendations from the Executive Committee were read, 
concerning honoring Board member 85 years and over and the printing of 



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materials in the Helper. It was motioned and carried that these 
recommendations be adopted. The motion carried. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

1. Dr. J.B. McLester, Chairperson of the Centennial 
Committee, was absent; however, it was stated that 
members may pay their $100.00 without pictures 
and $125.00 with pictures and send the information 
later. 

2. Self-Study Chairperson, Miss Augusta White, 
stated that a questionnaire will be sent in a few days. 
Read it carefully, fill out, ask questions and make 
comments. Return the questionnaire to the office 
by June 17, 1983. (Each committee member will 
receive 20 copies to distribute.) You do not sign the 
questionnaire. 

MOMENTS WITH THE PRESIDENT 

President Horton thanked each member for the understanding and 
support given in service and concern. 

She stated that each day she becomes aware of the magnitude of this office 
and rededicates herself to the fulfillment of those responsibilities she must 
give an account of. She reminded us that sin is and has always been a world 
wide problem which requires good, strong Christian witnessing. Our officers, 
Executive Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Brodie, and office staff and members of 
our organization have striven untiringly to establish good liaison with 
churches, schools, associations, other conventions and church related 
organizations. 

She closed her remarks with the poem "Quietness". She then presented a 
letter from Dr. E.B. Turner, President of the General Baptist State 
Convention, asking that our fiscal years end at the same time. 

Mrs. Falls motioned that the request from Dr. Turner concerning the 
changing of our fiscal year ending, be tabled and move on to the next issues. 
Motion was carried. 

2. General Baptist State Convention Committees: 

Appointment of the Rural Church Committees - Dr. Joseph Paige, 
Chairman 



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Family - Mrs. Olivia K. Grady 

Youth - Mrs. Laura M. Baker 

Urban Relations - Mrs. Palmer Balsby 

Economic Development - Mrs. Carolyn Enis 

Interracial Cooperation - Mrs. Mary C. Williams 

Large and Small Church Relationshp - Mrs. Lynetta B. Fields 

Rural Church Ministries - Mrs. C.B. Woods 

Convention Support - Mrs. E.D. Alexander 

Rural Church Concerns - Mrs. Bernice Patterson 

President Horton nominated Executive Secretary, Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie, 
to serve as a member of the National Committee for Leadership Conferences 
for the National Baptist Woman's Auxiliary, U.S.A. 

3. President Horton passed out sheets pertaining to appointments and 
Annual Session program. 

4. Lott Carey Board Meetings. 

5. Shaw Divinity School Trustee Board meeting. 

6. National Woman's Auxiliary. 

It was motioned and carried to delay items 4,5, and 6 until we receive the 
information in some other form. 

Recommendations 

Mrs. Novella Whitted motioned that an American Express credit card be 
secured for the President in the Convention's name. The motion carried. 

Sister Maggie White motioned that President Horton's request for a 
schedule from Dr. Brodie when she is out of the office be left for them to work 
out together. 

The President passed out some Job Description materials. 

There was not enough time to read all the materials. 

Dr. Berthenia Home motioned that the job description materials be 
accepted and taken to the General Board Tuesday. The motion was carried. 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY'S REPORT 

Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie expressed appreciation to the Board for its 
manifested support in many ways. 



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In view of time being far spent Dr. Brodie gave a brief report. She stated that 
the State's Missions Prayer Day by counties will be the fourth Saturday in 
June and asked that we encourage people in our vicinities to attend. 

There are leaks at the Baptist Assembly which need to be stopped. 

Also she mentioned that some funds, approximately $500.00, had come in 
for the Centennial Souvenir Book. 

Executive Secretary Brodie made the following recommendations: 

1. That we change the Self-Denial offering from one cent a day to ten cents a 
day for the next fiscal year. 

2. That some of the overflow of the State Mission's fund (should there be 
one) be used for supplementing the other objectives, meritorious bonuses for 
the staff, and a contribution on the proposed new Baptist Headquarters 
Building. 

A motion was made, seconded and carried to accept only the second 
recommendation. 

In giving the financial report, she indicated that as of eleven months we need 
in round figures 60,000.00 more to realize the missions budget of 382,066.00 
for this fiscal year. 

Executive Board Dues: 

Mrs. Mazie Stanley - dues for 1982 & 1983 $20.00 

Mrs. Eva Pratt - dues for 1981 & 1982 20.00 

Mrs. Willie A. Mountain - dues for 1982 10.00 

Dues For 1983: 

Mrs. Clara Ballentine $10.00 

Mrs. Annie W. Johnson 10.00 

Mrs. Omega Johnson 10.00 

Mrs. Aggie N. Simpson 10.00 

Grand Total - $90.00 

Miss Bettie Chislom thanked the board for the help given her while in Shaw 
University. 

Mrs. Leola Harris, Chairperson of the Budget Committee, gave her report. 

It was suggested, motioned and voted that the following officers' 
honorariums be increased: President's increased from $750.00 to $1,000.00, 



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Chairperson, Executive Board from $100.00 to $200.00, Secretary of 
Executive Board and Executive Committee from $100.00 to $200.00 per 
annual session. 

Recommendations: Proposed Budget for 1983-84 

1. That the Chairperson of the Budget Committee 
shall receive mileage for committee travel. 

2. That Institute Workers shall be paid $100.00, 
without any deductions. 

3. Leadership Training Conference Coordinator and 
Instructor receive the same salary as the Youth 
Bible Camp Instructors. 

4. All qualified persons receive twenty cents (20<F) per 
mile for travel. 

5. The recommended Budget for 1983-84 was 
$388,450.00. It was adopted. 

There were 33 members present. Fourteen members sent excuses. 

The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Cora Wilson. 

Sister Mildred L. Chavis, Secretary 
Sister Clara N. Hayes, Chairperson 



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MINUTES OF 

THE 99TH ANNUAL SESSION 

OF 

THE WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 

CONVENTION OF NORTH CAROLINA 

July 25-28, 1983 

THEME: "Shaping The World Through Christian Influence" 

HOST CHURCH: Ebenezer Baptist Church, Dr. A.B. Sutton 

SETTING: Civic Center, Charlotte, North Carolina 

TUESDAY, JULY 26 

More than fifteen hundred persons from over North Carolina were present 
to respond to the sound of the gavel by President Horton signaling the 
opening of the 99th Session of the Annual Convention of the Woman's Baptist 
Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of North Carolina, on Tuesday, 
July 26, 1983. 

Red ribbons were distributed to sisters and brothers present for the first 
time by First Vice President Luella Edwards. All were instructed to wear the 
ribbon for each session. 

The theme for 1983 "Shaping the World Through Christian Experience" 
was discussed by Mrs. Linda T. Jones, member of Shiloh Baptist Church, 
Greensboro, North Carolina. Mrs. Jones, shared the statement of "Our 
world is in a terrible shape, that has continually been contorted, and warped; 
distorted and perverted by poverty, robbery, rape of children and the elderly; 
by the sale of beer, liquor and drugs to minors, by the constant strife between 
nations, by the struggle between children and parents, and between children 
and the teachers who attempting to assist parents and guardians in their 
upbringing. 

"The challenge is what can we do to reshape this seemingly ungodly world 
to one that will savor peace and good will? My answer would decidedly be one 
that the only solution to the problem of a misshapen, deformed world is 
through Christian experience. The experience of a Christian is the greatest 
teacher. Roman 12:1-2 states 'I beseech you therefore, brother, by the 
mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable 
unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this 
world by the renewing of your mind and you may prove what is good and 
acceptable and perfect will of God." 

Following the discussion of the theme, an impressive memorial service was 
led by Mrs. Rebecca Moore of Weldon, N.C. 



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Dr. C.C. Craig, executive secretary-treasurer of General Baptist State 
Convention, extended greetings: "Commendations on your help and support 
of the General Baptist Convention. Thank God for all of you who mean so 
much to our work. Because of you and all of our other auxiliaries we are what 
we are. We 'ain't' what we ought to be, but we are better than we used to be. 
We can do anything we want to with Christ." 

Mr. Curtis Jackson, Director of the Health Project, stated that 600 persons 
have been trained in the program. Approximately 80% of those in the program 
are women. 

Mrs. Eva. Pratt, editor of the Missionary Helper, extended greetings and 
urged support of The Helper. She stated that we don't all read alike or look 
alike. The nearest way to a problem is not around the problem, but through it. 

Reverend Theodore Breeden, Superintendent of the Baptist Assembly, 
said that he was gratified with the support given the Assembly; prayers of 
solicitation that God will ever be first. "With God first we will always come 
through as pure Gold." 

The morning inspirational message was given by Dr. Leon C. Riddick, 
pastor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Charlotte, N.C. Dr. J.W. White, pastor 
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Asheville, N.C, made the presentation. Dr. 
Riddick spoke on "The Fellowship of The Church." The text was taken from 
Acts 2:42-57. "There is an ingredient that is missed in the church today. The 
ingredient isFellowship. You cannot shake fellowship unto anybody. Many 
of us do not know the meaning of fellowship. I wonder how long we will keep 
the practice of voting people into the church. When you start out wrong, you 
end up wrong. If a man is not born of God you cannot shake God into him. 
Where there is no charity, there can be no fellowship. Mankind has always 
looked upon eating together as a means of fellowship. We don't share with 
anyone unless we can reciprocate. We only invite those to dinner who will 
invite us. Jesus said when you make a feast call the poor, call the lame, the 
blind and deaf. We invite the wrong folk. Those people who have don't share 
with those who need. In Mt. Carmel, the number on priority is mission. Life is 
to be shared. The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof. We have 
fellowship all mixed up. Deacons were not voted to serve communion. 
Deacons are to be useful workers to see to it that bread is on the tables of the 
poor. Along with bread, the church should have something else. If a church 
has fellowship, and the Holy Ghost is in it, that church should help somebody 
to walk. You can't fellowship by yourself. You are to bring all of your tithes 
into the storehouse not send but bring." 

Following such a dynamic message music was rendered, "How Great Thou 
Art", by the Convention choir under the direction of Mrs. J.M. Lucas, pianist, 



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Mr. Donald Crawford, associate pianist, and Mrs. M.C. Grier, directress. 

On Tuesday evening the welcome program was presented, featureing 
outstanding personalities from the city of Charlotte and from the Ebenezer 
Baptist Church, host, and Dr. A.B. Sutton, host pastor. 

Responses to the local program was given by the newly elected chairperson 
of the executive board of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 
Convention of North Carolina, Auxiliary to General Baptist State Conention, 
namely, Mrs. Helen W. Falls, of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina. 

Dr. David Hedgley, of First Baptist Church, of Winston-Salem, presented 
Dr. E.L. Kirby, moderator of the Rowan Baptist and Cedar Grove 
Associations for the evening message, "Shaping the World Through Christian 
Influence." Look on us. Togetherness is needed for shaping the world through 
Christian influence. The coming of Christianity to the world gave us the 
greatest passover that we ever had. The aim of Christianity was to redeem the 
world for all Jews and Gentiles - alike and to offer a sacrifice that would satisfy 
love and mercy. The theme means love, faith, and long suffering. The 
demands of Christianity means the surrendered life. Complete obedience to 
Christianity will let you feel your power. Whenever Christians are together 
something will happen. The Master said, Lift Him Up, and He will draw all men 
unto me. If we will lift Him up, He will do the drawing. God's Word means 
something for the church and the world. If we follow Jesus, we are going to be 
tempted. We need to follow Him through the wilderness and through the 
mountain of transfiguration." 

Music for the service was rendered by the Emmanuel Baptist Chruch of 
Winston-Salem. 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 

Mrs. Luella D. Edwards, First Vice-President, called the Wednesday 
morning session to order with an over flowing audience of more than 2,500 
sisters, brothers, young and old. The procession of the Executive Board 
members, officers and choir members (dressed in white) marched in and took 
their places. 

The scripture for the morning was given by Vickie Lassiter, representing 
the Youth Department, prayer by Phylisa Kelly, representing the Young 
Adult Department. Greetings were extended by Dr. E.B. Turner, president of 
General Baptist State Conventions. "Words of congratulation for a wonderful 
convention year." 



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Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, was presented to 
give her annual report. "We are grateful to God for having kept us and 
brought us through another 12 months. Do accept a sincere appreciation for 
your prayers, involvement, and love. We are indeed grateful to Dr. Sutton and 
the Ebenezer Baptist Church for being such gracious host and hostesses for 
the 99th Session and to the staff for their cooperation and dedication of work 
to keep things going for and during the Convention. Thank you for helping us 
reach our financial goal of $382,066 which confirms the fact that the White 
House should not control God's House, for the auditor's records show us as 
having $386,688.51. 'Without Him we could do nothing.'" 

Mrs. Bronnie Daniels, director of Young Adults, expressed greetings on 
behalf of the Young Adult Department. The first Young Adult Retreat at the 
J.J. Johnson Assembly was outstanding. Thanks was expressed for 
continued support. 

Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell, Supervisor of the Youth Department, brought 
greetings from the Youth Department. Expressions of having worked with 
outstanding youth and supervisors and special thanks to auxiliaries and 
churches for strong support were given. 

First Vice-President, Luella Edwards, graciously presented President 
Thelma C. Horton for her second annual address. President Horton opened 
by saying, "Our Convention has completed another successful year of 
seeking to establish, "Christ In Every Home" through the implementation of 
our varied ministries. God has opened our hearts and we have responded to 
the needs of others as we supported our objectives: The Shaw Divinity 
School, State Missions, Central Orphanage, Shaw University, Foreign 
Missions and J.J. Johnson Baptist Assembly. We have used our talents and 
resources often going the second mile to carry out this task. We exceeded our 
1982-83 budget by $4,622.51, for which we are thankful. 

RECOMMENDATINS: 

1. That our Convention observe the International 
Year of Communication and the Congress of the 
United States of America respectively. 

2. That all Baptists and their friends plan to participate 
in the Centennial Celebration of the Woman's 
Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention 
of North Carolina July 17-20, 1984, at Raleigh Civic 
Center, hosted by the Tupper Memorial Baptist 
Church, its birth place. 



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3. That the names of all persons from North Carolina 
who have served as foreign missionaires be 
distinguished as returned missionaries. That their 
names, tour and place of service become a 
permanent part of our records and that they be 
honored by placing the same on a scroll in 
Chronological order. 

4. That the Convention continue its cooperation and 
support of the parent body and its auxiliaries. 

5. That the leadership of our Convention continue to 
support the biblical, oral and ethical standards set 
forth by our founding fathers, and that the present 
day (modern) moral and ethical concepts that are 
beneath the Christian standards that have been set 
forth by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the 
Apostles be deemphasized among our 
constituency. 

"Shaping the world through Christian influence is not an easy task. Use 
your Christian influence as a 'Catalyst for Today's Society.' If Harold 
Washington can use his political influence to win the major election in 
Chicago, one of the nations most sinful cities, by overcoming the odds of 
prejudice, customs, traditions corrupt political and social machinery at a 
time when our nation's president is so insensitive to the needs of the poor and 
oppressed, then I am convinced that we the women of the Woman's Baptist 
Home and Foreign Missionayr Convention of North Carolina ought to be able 
to become a Christian Catalyst." 

Wednesday afternoon, Third Vice-President Robbie Diggs presided. 
Mrs. Diggs presented Mrs. Jewyl Dunn, Fourth Vice President of the Young 
Adult Department. 

Music for this period was presented by the Young Adult Department. Mrs. 
Dunn presented Reverend Wayne Hines, president of the Young Adult 
Department, who gave a thoughtful message, "The Seven Ups in a Christian 
Life." 

Following the Young Adult, Milton Todd, First Vice President of the Youth 
Department, presented "Using Talents to Shape the World" which consisted 
of winners from Shaw and Have-A-Heart Contests. Winners for the evening 
were first with talent, Jamesee Alston, Wake County, and second, Wandelon 
Battle, Edgecombe County. First place for Have-A-Heart Contest was Arinne 
Hood, Robeson County, second, Gerri Garner. 



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Associate Director of the Youth Department, Percy Norman, presented 
Michael Battle, who gave a soul stirring message to the youth and adults. He 
encouraged them to have a purpose by developing a worthwhile cause in their 
life and to stand firm on their convictions. 

Over 100 youth took part in the concert which consisted of contemporary 
and gospel music. 

During the Wednesday evening session, Dr. Corbin Cooper of 
Cooperative Ministries, Baptist State Convention, gave greetings from his 
department. Greetings were given by Mrs. Virginia Turner, Second Vice 
President of the Woman's Auxiliary to Lott Carey Convention. Hawa Lyon, 
who is a Liberian and was educated at Shaw University under the auspices of 
the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of North 
Carolina stated, "All we do is for the Lord." 

Reverend R.J. Howard, pastor of Saint Paul, Eden, presented Reverend 
Howard Chubbs, pastor of Providence, Greensboro, for the evening 
message, "What in the World Are We To Do" taken from Matthew 28:19-20. 
"Every one who professes the name of Jesus Christ has a place. There is no 
truly non involvement of the real Christian." 

Music was furnished by the Chancel Choir of Providence Baptist Church. 
Greensboro, North Carolina. 

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 28 

The closing session was called to order by the Fourth Vice-President, Mrs. 
Maggie White. All committee reports were received and accepted. 

Greetings were brought to the Convention by H. V. Bryant, Superintendent 
of Central Orphanage. He thanked the Convention for their support. He 
stated that the Central Oprhanage was in compliance and urged the 
Convention to learn the difference between Oxford Orphanage and the 
Central Orphanage. 

Reverend T.M. Walker, pastor of Friendship Baptist Church, Gastonia 
installed all of the officers for 1983-84. After the singing of the Convention's 
hymn, "A Charge to Keep I Have," we were dismissed with prayer and 
benediction by Reverend Walker. 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 57 

THE SECOND ANNUAL MESSAGE 

OF 

MRS. THELMA COMPTON HORTON 

President 

Woman's Baptist Home and 

Foreign Missionary Convention 

of " 

North Carolina 

Auxiliary to the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Inc. 

Greetings 

Vice-President Edwards; Officers of the Woman's Baptist Home and 
Foreign Missionary Convention of North Carolina, auxiliary to the General 
Baptist State Convention, Incorporated, Members of our Executive Board, 
Dr. Brodie, our Executive Secretary-Treasurer; President Turner, Dr. 
Craig, Executive Secretary-Treasurer and other officers of the parent body; 
Presidents and Officers of all Auxiliaries, Distinguished Platform Guests, Bro- 
thers, Sisters, Visitors, and Friends. 

I have traveled all over this beautiful state during the last twelve months. I 
have had the distinct privilege of sharing a large variety of experiences with 
you in your churches, associations, and District Conferences. I have 
attended many national and state assemblies, but none of these has been as 
heart-warming and awe-inspiring as my experience this morning. I wish each 
of you could stand here where I am standing, and feel what I am feeling, and 
see what I am seeing. 

My heart is overflowing with gratitude and praise to God for giving me the 
opportunity to share this overwhelming and momentous occasion with you. 

I have come to the second milepost of a four-year journey, and I thank God 
for my journey thus far. As a convention, we have come to the ninety-ninth 
milepost and I feel in my heart that you are full of praises to God for our 
journey. My fellow-sufferers with the Lord, we have come this morning to 
praise the Lord and to give an accounting of our faithfulness to the task to 
which he has appointed us. We have come "bearing our burdens in the heat 
of the day, knowing that the Lord has already made a way." We have come 
with grateful and repentant hearts, praising our God because "I don't believe 
He has brought us this far to leave us." 



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And as we come we are sadly aware that there are others who met this 
convention last year, but since that time have answered the call of the Master. 
We pause to pay tribute to the memory of those who have passed "through 
the valley of the shadow of death" from which no traveler has ever returned. 
We have felt a sense of loss because they were indeed our brothers and 
sisters, our co-workers with the Lord. Yet, we feel a sense of happiness 
knowing that they had committed themselves into the hands of a Good and 
Just God. We praise the Lord and thank Him for these dedicated workers 
who have helped our convention and its related organizations to become bet- 
ter instruments of service for a world dying in sin. 

Let me hasten to express the gratitude that I feel in my heart fo the high 
measure of understanding and support that you have given me as your 
president. When you elevated me to this honored and challenging position, I 
accepted my duties with a sense of humility, with an awareness of the many 
responsibilities of the office and with a great degree of anxiety because of the 
possibility of a conflict in what you, as a convention, expected of me over 
against what God might require of me. 

I am glad to announce this morning that my anxiety and fears have been 
alleviated because you have given me your overwhelming support and 
acceptance. Your criticisms, both negative and positive, prayers, love, gifts, 
and messages of concern have stimulated me; thus I have grown in the grace 
and knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 

Appreciation For Co-Workers 

We are full of praises and thanks for Dr. and Mrs. A.B. Sutton and the 
Ebenezer Baptist Church Family for their gracious hospitality. Our hearts 
reach out to each of you in Christian love. It is our prayer that our efforts this 
week will create a long and lasting bond between us. We are certainly 
cognizant of the love, concern, and support of the Pastors, members, and all 
friends of this unique Queen City — a city that has been characterized thusly: 
"One foot firmly rooted in its past of the nation's first declaration of 
independence, the first gold rush, and fierce love of freedom. The other foot is 
rooted in the present and the future of the Sunbelt... a center of commerce, 
industry, finance and communications." May a peace of Almighty God abide 
upon each "door step" forever. 

I wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the sense of dedication that is 
expressed in the words and deeds of our administrative staff. Dr. Priscilla A. 
Brodie, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Bettie Chislom, Administrative 



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Assistant, Mrs. Gladys Watlington, Bookkeeper, Miss Ivy Williamson, 
Stenographer Miss Iris Thomas, Secretary, have worked faithfully and untir- 
ingly to carry out their many duties. We praise God for their abilities and wil- 
lingness to serve. 

Last, but certainly not least, I thank God for my families — native church, 
and community. Time will not permit me to say all that is in my heart 
concerning my husband, the Reverend Dr. Isaac B. Horton. To me, he is Isaac 
and a blessing from God. He has given so much meaning to my life; my helper, 
inspirer and admirer. My children have combined their resources to serve as 
my chauffeur, seamstress, cook, housekeeper, secretary, and trusted 
companions. My mother, Mrs. Ona Faucette Compton (Burlington, N.C.), 
who is eighty years young, is still busily engaged in the support of my 
undertakings. This also applies to the other members of my family. The 
members of the First African Baptist Church, Goldsboro, N.C., especially 
the Missionary Circle, The One-Day District Conference Number Eight, 
Group Two, and the Bear Creek Association especially the Women's 
Auxiliary are all precious in my sight. The members of these organizations 
have not only supported me personally, but have also increased their support 
to our convention. 

In the words of Linda Moore: 

"Thank you for your 
presence in my life ... 
you encourage me to go 
beyond myself. " 

An Accounting of our Stewardship 

Our convention has completed another successful year of seeking to 
establish "Christ in Every Home" through the implementation of our varied 
ministries. In spite of the great economic struggle in our nation and world, we 
have continued to make substantial gains in our efforts to carry out the 
mandate of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. God has opened our hearts 
and we have responded to the needs of others as we supported our objectives 
— The Shaw Divinity School, State Missions, Central Orphanage, Shaw 
University, Foreign Missions and the J.J. Johnson Baptist Assembly. We 
have used our talents and resources, often going the second mile, to carry out 
this task. 

God is the "giver of every good and perfect gift;" Let us praise Him for all of 
His goodness, His loving kindness and His tender mercies. 



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We are reminded of the proverbs of King Solomon of Israel (3:6): "In 
everything you do, put God first, and He will direct you and crown your efforts 
with success." 

We exceeded our 1982-83 budget by $4,622.51. We thank God and each of 
you for a grand total of $386,688.51. On May 31, 1983, Mr. Joe N. Norman, 
Certified Public Accountant, Incorporated, reported that our books are "in 
conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, applied basic 
consistent with that of the preceeding year." We are grateful to our admin- 
istrative staff for giving us an accurate account of our stewardship. 

We recognize, with deep appreciation, the dedication and self sacrificing 
efforts exemplified by the Youth and Young Adult Departments. The leaders 
and officers of these Departments have spent many hours preparing, 
directing and/or supervising this work. As a result many have grown in their 
understanding of our missions. 

In the limited amount of time allotted to me, I will give you some highlights of 
the ministries in which we have invested our stewardship. We have 
experienced not only substantial gains in our finances, but also in the 
implementation of our program. Two new programs were initiated this year 
and all programs of the previous year were continued. One new program, the 
overwhelmingly successful first annual Youth Evangelism Conference, was 
hosted by the Martin Street Baptist Church. The other new program was the 
first annual Young Adult Retreat which will have a profound effect upon the 
lives of those who attended the session as well as upon those whom the 
participants will come in contact. 

Continuing programs were the Statewide Leaders' Workshop and the 
Family Mission Conference, both held in Raleigh, the Statewide Mission 
Prayer Day, which was held in various counties over North Carolina, and 
several activites which were held at the J.J. Johnson Baptist Assembly — The 
Leadership Training Conference, the Youth Bible Camp, the Ministers' 
Wives Retreat, and the All-Baptist Picnic, which included the unveiling of the 
portrait of Dr. and Mrs. J.J. Johnson (Fairmont, N.C.) and their daughter, 
Mrs. Deborah Johnson Killens (Raleigh, N.C). (These persons gave fifty 
acres of land to be developed into a camp presently known as the J.J. John- 
son Baptist Assembly, Laurel Hill, N.C.) We applaud each of you for your 
participation, especially those who served as leaders. 

Through our Year-Round Committees and Organizations we have one way 
to finance our objectives. The service of these Committees and Organiza- 
tions has been outstanding. We are still praying that God will help us reach 
our goal which is to include every senior member of our convention on at 
least one committee. 



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We are deeply grateful to the Self-Study Committee for their dedication to a 
very delicate task. Their duties included the preparation of an instrument to 
help us evaluate the effectiveness of our organizational structure as it exists 
now. The members have prepared, distributed, collected, and tabulated some 
very valuable data pertaining to the nature of our work and have made 
recommendations for improvement. Evaluation after ninety-nine years of 
growth and development has been no easy assignment. 

Dr. Brodie and I, along with some other members represented our 
convention at several national and state meetings. Reports on these may be 
found in the pages entitled: Stewardship of Your President. At these meetings 
attention was called to many of the same problems we have in our local areas. 
We served on committees, represented you financially, participated in 
programs and attended the sessions. North Carolina stands tall abreast with 
the best in the nation. 

We plan to attend the following national meetings: 
August 29 - September 2: 

Woman's Auxiliary of the Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission 

Convention at Indianapolis, Indiana. 
September 5 - 10: 

Woman's Convention, National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc. 

Los Angeles, California. 
We do need you to pray that God will use us mightily. 

Under the leadership of our distinguished President, Dr. E. Burns Turner, 
The Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of North 
Carolina has continued to work hard and hand in glove with the parent body. 
Many programs have been launched and we have been led into some new 
directions — hopefully, leading toward a larger stewardship for our Lord. 
Under the new "unified thrust, we have over fifty (50) women working 
harmoniously on the committees of the parent body. 



Recommendations 

Major recommendations have been made to the Executive Board prior to 
this session. In addition and after prayerful consideration, I recommend that: 

1. Our convention observe the International Year of communication and 
The Bible adopted by the United Nations and the Congress of the United 
States of America, respectively. 

2. All Baptists and their friends plan to participate in the Centennial 
Celebration of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 



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Convention of North Carolina, Auxiliary to the General Baptist State 
Convention, Incorporated, July 17-20, 1984, at the Raleigh Civic Center, 
hosted by the Tupper Memorial Baptist Church, its birthplace. Dr. Leotha 
Debnam is the pastor. 

3. The names of all persons from North Carolina who have served as 
Foreign Missionaries be distinguished as Returned Missionaries. That their 
names, tour and place of service become a permanent part of our records, 
and that they be honored by placing the same on a scroll in chronological 
order. The following names, in addition to others, should be included: 

1. Mrs. Cora Pair Thomas - Liberia (deceased) 

2. Miss Minnie C. Lyons - Liberia 

3. Reverend C.L. Manning - Liberia (deceased) 

4. Mrs. Arvella Manning - Liberia 

5. Mrs. Carrie Daniels - Haiti 

6. Reverend John Daniel - Haiti 

7. Mrs. Catherine Shaw Thompson - Haiti 

8. Mrs. Dorothy Boone OKeke' 

4. The convention continue its cooperation and support of the parent body 

and its auxiliaries. 

5. The leadership of our convention continue to support the Biblical moral 
and ethical standards set forth by our founding fathers, and that the present- 
day (modern) moral and ethical concepts that are beneath the Christian 
standards that have been set forth by our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ and 
the Apostles be de-emphasized among our constituency. 

Christian Influence: A Catalyst For Today's Society 

Introduction 

There are a multiplicity of forces in the world today shaping the attitudes 
and feelings of people in every walk of life. There are voices everywhere giving 
advice and telling us how we ought to live. Much of what we hear is in direct 
conflict and opposition to the word of God and the kingdom building program 
of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 

I firmly believe that the situation today not only provides an opportunity for 
the Christian to have a part in shaping the world for Christ but also provides 
an opportunity for the Christian to accept his divine responsibility to get on 
the "firing line" and use all of his/her Christian influence to shape the world 
according to the will of God. 

Sisters and brothers, I honestly feel in my heart that the Lord has allowed 
me to come this morning to strongly urge you to use your Christian influence 
as a "catalyst for today's society." 

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precipitates or brings about a reaction between chemical elements without 
becoming an acutal part of the chemical change. In other words, a catalyst is 
an element that stirs up a reaction without actually becoming a part of the 
reaction. All o*f us have seen a catalyst in operation as we have watchpH 
individuals "throw a rock and hide their hands." You know what I am trying to 
say to you; a person who uses the telephone, raise unqualified questions, or 
pulls someone to the side innocently. Don't you know that if the devil and his 
workers can stir up good Christian people and get them involved in evil and 
world pursuits, then genuine Christians ought to be able to serve as a catalyst 
or use their influence to get people started toward Christ. Our theme calls 
upon each of us to "Shape the World Through Christian Influence." This is 
why the scripture tells us "that we should be in the world but not of the world." 
(John 17:16). 

Shaping the world through Christian influence is not an easy task. It is 
much easier to "follow the crowd." In 1981, I attended the National Baptist 
Convention, U.S.A., Incorporated in Detroit, Michigan. Following the 
concert where more than 25,000 packed into the famed Joe Louis Arena, 
many of us, tired and weary from the hustle and bustle of the day's hectic 
schedule, decided to return to our hotels to rest. The route we chose led 
through a tunnel. As I moved cautiously through the tunnel, it became 
apparent that the force of the crowd was so great that everyone was literally 
pushed through the tunnel. It was highly impossible for anyone to travel in the 
opposite direction. This is the kind of pressure we often feel from the onrush 
of worldliness that has engulfed our society in general and the Christian 
Church in particular. 

I have come this morning to tell you that it can be done! Jesus has said it 
and our predecessors have proven it. Therefore, if we are going to become a 
"Catalyst for Today's Society" we must first of all, allow Christ to shape us by 
the word of God, knowing that God is faithful to His promise. In II Chronicles 
7:14, the Lord appeared to Solomon by night, and said unto him ... "If my 
people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and 
seek my face, then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will 
heal their land." 

There is a spiritual sickness in our world. It is time, in fact it is past time that 
we should rise up with the courage of Esther and say, "If I perish, I perish. I am 
going to see the King." 

Nature Of The World 

Sin is woven into every part of the world. It began in the Garden of Eden in 
the heart of Adam and Eve. It is intricately woven into every part of our world. 
There are many practices and traditions that have become an integral part of 
our world. These have been wrapped up in a disguise of love and devotion and 
spread throughout the universe through (so-called) Christian influence. The 
greed, pride, selfishness and prejudices that continue to intrude upon the 
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We are called upon by God, our Creator, to be involved in every facet of 
human life-body, mind, soul. Therefore, we can not sit idly by and ignore 
the social, political, and economical world that is often characterized with little 
or no peace, justice, and righteousness. You have experienced the distress 
and remorse forced upon you by the "dog-eag-dog," "big fish eating up the 
little fish" and "you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours" attitude. 

We are living in a highly mechanized and technical society where we are 
accustomed to pushing a switch, turning a dial, or pressing at button for 
immediate action. Some people even believe that God can be manipulated in 
this manner. Shaping the world through Christian influence is not a task that 
can be accomplished overnight at the snap of one's finger or by just believing 
that it can be done. Our experience with Jesus Christ must affirm our hope in 
Him and we must know through faith that the victory is with Him. 

Our involvement in worldly activities should always remain on a high, moral 
level, lest we fall into the error of Demus. According to II timothy 4:10, Paul 
said: "For Demus hath forsaken me, having loved this present world, and is 
departed unto Thessalonica." We must not be attached to the world, 
engaging ourselves in those things that are sinful. In other words, we need to 
"lay aside the sin that doth so easily beset us and strive to bring our will into 
accord with His." 

It is true in Mark 16:15 that Jesus commissioned His disciples to: "Go ye 
into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature" which involves 
people everywhere all over the world. He did not commission us to be shaped 
by the world but to preach (and/or to teach, according to Mathew 28: 19-20) so 
that the world may be saved. 

God has also told us to love the world. His creation, to subdue and also 
have dominion over it. God's perfect plan for His creations has been distorted 
by sin. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that 
whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." 
(John 3:16) When God shaped the world out of nothing, it was "good," 
everything was "good" and "beautiful," shaped according to God's will and for 
His divine purposes. Man shaped the world into something "not good" and : 
"ugly" through sin. The world needs to be reshaped according to God's will. 
The world needs an agent, a missionary — those who will use their Christian j 
influence to "stir up a reaction," to make a change in the world without 
becoming attached to the world. 

The Call To Service 

As we live through the various stages of life, we experience many kinds of 
calls. A few days ago, we listened to the Democratic Party call for a decrease 



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in the taxes in order to bring inflation down. Almost stimultaneously the 
Republican Party called for an increase in the taxes in order to bring down 
inflation. People all over the world ^.re calling for justice and equality. Old 
people are calling for love, understanding and a little economic security. 
Young people are calling for a strong and secure family base. There are calls 
for the perpetuation of lies, hatred, deceit, dishonesty and immorality. All of 
these calls that come to us, whether good or evil, have a profound effect upon 
our lives and those around us. These calls help us to become what we are, 
influencing our basic institutions, our customs and culture. There is a divine 
call that has continued to filter down through the ages for Christians to use in 
shaping the world through their influence. 

If we are going to shape the world through our Christian influence then we 
must become a "catalyst for today's society." May I remind you of several 
things I feel we have been called upon to do. First we must know that we have 
been called upon to be fully committed to Jesus Christ. A person who is fully 
committed is called upon to keep both eyes looking in the direction of Jesus. 
One eye should not be looking backwards towards worldly pursuits while the 
other eye is looking toward Jesus. It is most difficult to accomplish any 
significant task with a divided loyalty. 

Secondly, we are called upon as followers of Jesus to walk in His footsteps. 
He shaped the world through His words and deeds. He left His home in glory 
and became involved in the sufferings of mankind because He loved us. By His 
words and His deeds He demonstrated that when one loves another, he/she is 

1 willing to take some risks for the sake of the loved one. "Greater love has no 
man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends." Jesus served as a 
catalyst by shaping twelve disciples through His influence to become pillars of 
the church of the living God. They served as a catalyst by shaping the new 

! testament church through their Christian influence in words and deeds. Thus 
it is every Christian's job in this present day society to use his/her Christian 

! influence as a "catalyst for shaping today's society" through our words and 
deeds. 

Thirdly, we are called upon to be witnesses to and perpetrators of full 
redemption. This can best be done as we serve through our churches and 
related organizations — associations, unions, district conferences and 
missionary circles. It is not necessary to put on a funny looking hat and dress 
and join a cult to serve Christ. As Baptists, we are called to shape ourselves 
with our denominational beliefs and doctrines. As we yield ourselves to God 
and participate in these wholesome Christian activities, we can receive the 
strength that will shape us up so that we can begin or continue our Christian 
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And finally the call in Acts 1:8, challenges us to become witnesses after the 
Holy Ghost has come upon us in Jerusalem, in all Judea in Samaria and unto 
the uttermost part of the earth. God is not concerned about our color, what 
side of the track we live on nor our educational background. He gave His only 
son for the salvation of every man, woman, boy and girl everywhere. 

The Christian's Response 

Our responses to the calls that have been imposed upon us have had a 
tremendous effect in determining the successes and failures of mankind. The 
greatest of all missionaries, the Apostle Paul, admonished the Roman 
Christians to ". ..give your bodies to God. Let them be a living sacrifice, holy — 
the kind he can accept. When you think of what He has done for you, is this 
too much to ask? Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world, but be a 
new and different person with a fresh newness in all you do and think. Then 
you will learn from your own experience how His ways will really satisfy you." 
(Romans 12:1-2). 

The Christians' response to the call for service is to shape the world by 
using his/her influence as a catalyst. We must do the will of our God and 
our Creator. Thus as we go about our daily living, we must become involved in 
the worlds of medicine, politics, business, industry, and education with a clear 
understanding that there is no economic, political, social, or moral sin that 
was not included when Jesus died on the cross. They hymn writer declared 
that "Jesus paid it all, ..." There is no darkness that Jesus, the light of the 
world, cannot dispel. 

We must give some evidence that we are experiencing the healing and 
reconciling power of Jesus in our lives. When we experience this power, then 
we are compelled to become witnesses to this power. Jesus said: "As the 
Father has sent me, even so I am sending you." (John 20:21 LB). 

Christians must cultivate a Christian attitude toward those in prison whose 
punishment exceeds their crimes. We must also be concerned for those 
whose lack of ability prevents them from obtaining the basic necessities for life 
— the poor, oppressed, mentally retarded, widows and the homeless. We 
must not, however, attempt to carry the whole load on our shoulders. Our 
Christian influence is often made ineffective because we try to do too much. 
Far too many people attempt to be "supermen or superwomen." Oftentimes, 
this has nothing to do with Christian zeal, it is simply egotism. Dr. William J. 
Diehm, A Christian psychologist, admonished us "not to take more off the 
conveyor belt of life than we are able. When a person is running as hard as he 
can and gets a little push, he won't run faster — he'll only fall down. Don't do 
more than you can do. Recognize your limitation. Nowhere are we 
commanded to run with God. We are to walk with Him." It is God who "gives 



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justice to the poor and oppressed and food to the hungry. He frees the 
prisoners and opens the eyes of the blind; He lifts the burdens from those 
bent down beneath their loads." "...He protects the immigrants and cares for 
the orphans and widows." 

We must begin to use our Christian influence as a catalyst by implementing 
the motto of our Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention 
"Christ in Every Home." The home is a basic unit, a plant bed, where basic 
personality traits and tendencies are shaped. We can observe the 
development of tendencies leading toward the development of doctors, 
lawyers, presidents, alcoholics, drug addicts, nurses, prostitutes, liars and 
preachers. 

Reverend Hugh Victor Brown, a retired educator and member of the First 
African Baptist Church, Goldsboro, said: "Man was not born to kill nor was 
he born to commit crime; yet crime is the result of permissive activities which 
have their beginning right in the home where responsibility lies." 

"Home is too often lacking the strength of man and wife pledged to unity so 
necessary to bring up the offspring in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. 
Aside from the sadness of death which often separates them, divorce is an 
element which creates a great amount of crime." 

The Christian community, including all its subsidiaries, cannot be excused 
for its responsibility to humanity. Jesus gave His life to take away the sins of 
man" (Browsing — Goldsboro News Argus). 

Conclusion 

I have been sharing my thoughts with you from the subject "Christian 
Influence: A Catalyst for Today's Society" that the Lord gave me while I was 
traveling to Raleigh for a meeting. On last year, during my annual message, I 
told you that "God's Word Is the Solution to Every Need." The world needs to 
be reshaped according to God's Word. His Word tells us that the Christian 
Church should become a great influence for reshaping this world. God's 
people, his ministers, missionaries, both young and old, should make up their 
minds that they are going to become a catalyst to shape a desperate and dying 
world through Christian influence. It is time to put off the robes of fear and 
timidity and answer God's call to service to go forth to reshape our homes, 
reshape our churches — circles, worship, music, programs — our 
associations and district conferences. Oh, how my heart rejoices when I think 
of the effect we could have in the world if we would answer God's call to 
service and reshape our concept of womanhood, manhood, manner of dress 
and speech. We need to answer God's call to service and reshape our 
understanding of the Christian Sabbath Day to keep it holy; reshape our 
understanding of financing the Lord's work by giving the tithe rather than 
raising money through worlding methods; reshape, our attitudes with 



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forgiveness — forgetting those things that are behind... press forward toward 
the mark of high calling in Christ Jesus; reshape our minds, bodies, and souls 
with love — turning the other cheek and going the second mile. 

If Harold Washington can use his political influence to win the Mayor's 
election in Chicago, one of the nations most sinful cities, by overcoming the 
odds of prejudice, customs, traditions, corrupt political and social machinery, 
at a time when our national President is so insensitive to the needs of the poor 
and oppressed, then I am convinced that we, the Woman's Baptist Home and 
Foreign Missionary Convention of North Carolina and its constituency who 
boast of being one of the best stewardship conventions in the nation, ought to 
be able to become a "Christian catalyst" to change some of these conditions 
in this world. In terms of numbers, we may be smaller than the forces of evil in 
this world, but with Jesus on our side we are the majority. 

We should never give up on Isaiah's vision of the peaceful society which 
God has promised to His people. Isaiah said: ". . .the wolf and the lamb will lie 
down together. . .the leopard and the goat will be at peace. Calves and fat 
cattle will be safe among lions, and a little child shall lead them all." (Isaiah 
14:6) In other words, there will be "peace in the valley" because the vicious 
attitudes of this sinful world will have been reshaped by the blood of Jesus. 

May I now challenge each of us with the words of Hymn Writer, Isaac 
Watts: 

"So let our lips and lives express 

The holy gospel we profess, 

So let our works and virtures shine 

To Prove the doctrine all divine. 

Thus shall we best proclaim abroad 

The honors of our Saviour God, 

When His salvation reigns within 

And grace subdues the pow'r of sin. 

Our flesh and sense must be denied; 

Passion and envy, lust and pride, 

While justice, temperance, truth and love 

Our inward piety approve. 

Religion bears our spirits up 

While we embrace that blessed hope, 

The bright appearance of the love 

And faith stnds learning on His Word." 

And faith stands leaning on His Word." 



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Chairpersons 



WORSHIP COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Georgia Thompson, Mrs. Libby Lofton 



We, your Committee on Worship, have been challenged throughout this 
session by the theme "Shaping The World Through Christian Influence." 

This should be the ultimate goal of all Christians. We solicit your prayers, 
that we may continue influencing others in our worship service. 



Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Total 



Love gift and attendance: 

Attendance 
214 
233 
266 
705 



Gifts 

$127.00 

98.19 

80.75 

$305.94 



Mrs. Georgia Thompson, Chairperson Mrs 

Mrs. sLillie O. McDaniel Mrs 

Mrs. Lillie O. McDaniel Mrs 

Mrs. Georgia Guest Mrs 
Mrs. Ernestine Griffin 
Mrs. slda Ollison 



Humbly submitted, 
Libby Lofton, Co-Chairperson 
Mozella McA. Harvey 
Ruby Allen 
Elizabeth Fields 

Mrs. Lucy Gray 

Mrs. Willie M. Anderson 



Mrs. Ida Ollison Mrs. Burnell Stackhouse 

Mrs. Mary Horton 

INDIA LEPER COLONY COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Sister Ethel C. Rhodes, Sister Janie D. James 

Our Committee was highly elated to have received from the Lott Carey 
Convention at its 1982 session a certificate recognizing us as Women of Troas 
for our $1,000.00 contribution to our objective. 

Our financial report is as follows: 

(Before the Convention) 

Miss E.M. Stanfield $50.00 

Mrs. Virginia Collier 40.00 

Wilkes County Missionary Union 237.00 

Mrs. Lillian Freeman 40.00 

Mrs. Mabel Hester 25.00 

Mrs. Donna Graham 15.00 

Mrs. Marie Harding 82.50 



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Mrs. Lena Daniels 50.00 

Mrs. Bernice L. Artis 75.00 

(At the Convention) 

Mrs. Minnie Baker $40.00 

Mrs. mildred Sturdivant „ 1.00 

Mrs. Janie James 100.00 

Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton 20.00 

Mrs. L.E. Smith 50.00 

Mrs. Erma Ellis 41.00 

Person County Missionary Union , 100.00 

Mrs. Ethel Bittle 25.00 

Miss E.M. Stanfield 25.00 

Vance County Missionary Union 25.00 

Shiloh Baptist Church, Henderson 25.00 

Mrs. Ethel C. Rhodes (Reported) 400.00 



Total $1,466.50 



Many thanks to all our contributors. 



Sister Ethel C. Rhodes, Chairperson 

Sister Janie D. James, Co-Chairperson 

Sister Minnie S. Jones 

Sister Elmira Smith 

Sister E.M. Stanfield 

Sister marie Harding 

Sister Marie Harding 

Sister Lena G. Daniels 

Sister Ethel Bittle 

Sister Roxie K. Swann 

Sister Hazel McLean 

Sister Arlena D. Parks 

Sister Sallie Graham 

Sister Minnie T. Baker 

Sister Mable G. Hester 



Sister Ruby Ranor 
Sister Mildred Davis 
Sister Gertrude Hamilton 
Sister Doris Blackwell 
Sister Virginia Collier 
Sister Lillian S. freeman 
Sister Leola Smith 
Sister Audrey Baker 
Sister Juanita Murphy 
Sister Era Ellis 
Sister Vertie Ford 
Sister Minnie L. Royal 
Sister L.A. Dunston 



PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Miss Augusta White, Mrs. Lois Pendergrass 

1. The Public Relations Committee prepared news 

releases for the "Charlotte Post," and worked with 
the photographer to secure pictures for "Charlotte 
Post" that will come out daily. 



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2. Articles will be sent to all major black papers for the 
following week. 

3. A detailed report will be published in the September 
"Informer," along with pictures. 

4. If you would like a release to your local paper 
contact the P.R. Committee. 

5. Pictures of the various activities may be purchased 
today in the back of the auditorium for $5.00. 

Recommendations: 

That a Committee of people in the Raleigh area be appointed early to work 
along with the P.R. Committee for the 100th Session. 

Miss Augusta White, Chairperson 

Mrs. Lois Pendergrass, Co-Chairperson 

Mrs. Mary Bryant 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Chairpersons - Sister Helen Falls, Sister Lucy Gray 
Total enrollment by cards was 508. 

The following committees were appointed: 

1. President's Address 7. Nurse Aid Committee 

2. Mission 8. New Organization 

3. Temperance 9. Public Relations 

4. Organization 10. Enrollment 

5. Resolution 11. Worship 

6. Christian Education 12. Arts and Craft 

Sister Helen Falls, Chairperson 
Sister Lucy Gray, Co-Chairperson 
Sister Janie Crosby 
Sister Leona Walker 
Sister Curlee Hall 



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Mrs. Lena Daniels 50.00 

Mrs. Bernice L. Artis 75.00 

(At the Convention) 

Mrs. Minnie Baker $40.00 

Mrs. mildred Sturdivant 1.00 

Mrs. Janie James 100.00 

Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton 20.00 

Mrs. L.E. Smith 50.00 

Mrs. Erma Ellis 41.00 

Person County Missionary Union , 100.00 

Mrs. Ethel Bittle 25.00 

Miss E.M. Stanfield 25.00 

Vance County Missionary Union 25.00 

Shiloh Baptist Church, Henderson 25.00 

Mrs. Ethel C. Rhodes (Reported) 400.00 



Total $1,466.50 



Many thanks to all our contributors. 



Sister Ethel C. Rhodes, Chairperson 


Sister Ruby Ranor 


Sister Janie D. James, Co-Chairperson 


Sister Mildred Davis 


Sister Minnie S. Jones 


Sister Gertrude Hamilton 


Sister Elmira Smith 


Sister Doris Blackwell 


Sister E.M. Stanfield 


Sister Virginia Collier 


Sister marie Harding 


Sister Lillian S. freeman 


Sister Marie Harding 


Sister Leola Smith 


Sister Lena G. Daniels 


Sister Audrey Baker 


Sister Ethel Bittle 


Sister Juanita Murphy 


Sister Roxie K. Swann 


Sister Era Ellis 


Sister Hazel McLean 


Sister Vertie Ford 


Sister Arlena D. Parks 


Sister Minnie L. Royal 


Sister Sallie Graham 


Sister L.A. Dunston 


Sister Minnie T. Baker 




Sister Mable G. Hester 





PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Miss Augusta White, Mrs. Lois Pendergrass 

1. The Public Relations Committee prepared news 

releases for the "Charlotte Post," and worked with 
the photographer to secure pictures for "Charlotte 
Post" that will come out daily. 



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2. Articles will be sent to all major black papers for the 
following week. 

3. A detailed report will be published in the September 
"Informer," along with pictures. 

4. If you would like a release to your local paper 
contact the P.R. Committee. 

5. Pictures of the various activities may be purchased 
today in the back of the auditorium for $5.00. 

Recommendations: 

That a Committee of people in the Raleigh area be appointed early to work 
along with the P.R. Committee for the 100th Session. 

Miss Augusta White, Chairperson 

Mrs. Lois Pendergrass, Co-Chairperson 

Mrs. Mary Bryant 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Chairpersons - Sister Helen Falls, Sister Lucy Gray 
Total enrollment by cards was 508. 

The following committees were appointed: 

1. President's Address 7. Nurse Aid Committee 

2. Mission 8. New Organization 

3. Temperance 9. Public Relations 

4. Organization 10. Enrollment 

5. Resolution 11. Worship 

6. Christian Education 12. Arts and Craft 

Sister Helen Falls, Chairperson 
Sister Lucy Gray, Co-Chairperson 
Sister Janie Crosby 
Sister Leona Walker 
Sister Curlee Hall 



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SELF-DENIAL COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Sister Prudence Johnson, Sister Bernice Artis 

Your Committee on Self-Denial submits the following report with gratitude 
for contributions that the churches and individuals have made through self- 
denial. 

The three highest churches: 

1. Mayfield Memorial, Charlotte $293.90 

2. Mount Vernon, Durham 301.77 

3. Metropolitan, Rocky Mount 400.85 

Board Members 405.00 

Sister Prudence Johnson, Chairperson 
Sister Benrice Artis, Co- Chairperson 

ARTS & CRAFTS COMMITTEE 

Chairperson - Sister E.M. Stanfield 

7-27-83 $174.90 

7-28-83 55.10 



Total $230.00 

COMMITTEE ON ORGANIZATIONS 

Chairpersons - Sister Helen W. Falls, Sister Georgia Turner 

Madam President: 

We your Committee on Organizations are cognizant of the fact that an 
organizational study committee for our Convention is working and has 
completed its tudy. However, for the on-going operation of our Convention 
program, we recommend the following persons to serve as officers for 1983- 
84: 

President Mrs. Thelma C. Horton 

First Vice-President Mrs. Luella D. Edwards 

Second Vice-President Mrs. Eva H. Johnson 

Third Vice-President Mrs. Robbie S. Diggs 

Fourth Vice-President Mrs. Maggie M. White 

Recorder Mrs. Marian H. Bass 

Assistant Recorder Mrs. Delores Moore 



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Historian Dr. J.B. McLester 

Pianist Mrs. Jettie M. Lucas 

Associate Pianist Mr. Donald Crawford 

Music Director Mrs. Mae C. Grier 

Young Adult Director Mrs. Bronnie H. Daniels 

Associate Young Adult Director Mrs. Julia McDonald 

Youth Supervisor Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell 

Associate Supervisor Miss Percie Norman 

Executive Board: 

Chairman Mrs. Helen W. Falls 

Assistant Chairman Mrs. Wilma Bryant 

Secretary Mrs. Mildred L. Chavis 

Assistant Secretary Mrs. Novella T. Whitted 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sister Bessie Landis Sister Helen W. Falls, Chairperson 

Sister Ernestine Griffin Sister Georgia M. Turner, Co-Chairperson 

Sister C.B. Chadwick Sister Martha Young 

Sister Nellie Flowers Sister R.N. Lockhart 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

Chairpersons - Sister Aggie N. Simpson, Sister Ethel C. Rhodes 

To our President, Mrs. Horton, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Dr. 
Brodie, Vice-Presidents, officers and delegates of our 99th Session of the 
Woman's Home & Foreign Missionary Convention assembled here in the 
great city of Winston-Salem, North Caorlina, July 26-29, 1983. We, your 
Committee on Education, bring you the following report for your 
consideration. 

We recommend the following: 

1. That we go on record as stamping the approval of 
prayer being placed back in our public schools; that 
we encourage our local parents to write letters to 
our congressmen to this effect. 

2. That each delegate be a committee on one to 
organize A-l groups in our local churches. 

3. That more of us attend our Leaders' Workshop. 

4. That we send at least two (2) youth from our 
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Baptist Assembly. 

5. That we continue our tutoring programs in our local 
churches. 

6. That we continue our Daily Vacation Bible Schools 
in our churches. 

7. That new members be given a period of instruction 
in the Baptist Doctrine by the pastor. 

8. That we continue our out reach programs to sick 
shut-ins, rest home and hospitals. 

9. That we make more use of our Helpers and the 
"Baptist Informer" and other Baptist literature. 

10. That we continue to support our objectives: 1. 
Shaw University, 2. The Divinity School, 3. The 
Assembly Site, 4. Central Orphanage, 5. State & 
Foreign Mission. 

11. That since we are now living in a technical and 
computerized age, we must encourage our young 
people to continue their education and prepare 
themselves to meet the challenge of the day in 
which they live. They must be prepared both 
mentally as well as spiritually. 

12. (Addition) That Christian literature materials from 
the Woman's Convention office be used to 
strengthen Christian Education programs in our 
churches. 



Humbly submitted, 
Your Committee 

Sister Aggie N. Simpson, Chairperson 
Sister Ethel C. Rhodes, Co-Chairperson 
Sister J.B. Crowder 
Sister Lucy Johnson 
Sister Ethel Brim 



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FOREIGN MISSION YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mrs. Roxanna Pitts, Mrs. Georgia B. Thompson 

Received through the Executive Office: 

Miss Ethel M. Stanfield $50.00 

Mrs. Pearl M. Coley 10.00 

Mrs. Gertrude R. Hamilton 40.00 

Sent in by Mrs. Georgia B. Thompson: 

A Friend 14.25 

Mrs. Edna Garrett 5.00 

Miss Christine Hawley 5.00 

Mrs. Evada Sleigh 5.00 

Mrs. Almena Hinton 5.00 

Ms. Meaner Moore 5.00 

Mr. Ollie White 6.00 

Ms. Annie Wilkerson 5.00 

Ms. Sadie Page 5.00 

Ms. Louise Sims 5.00 

Mrs. Margaret Green 10.00 

Mrs. Ruby Philyan 10.00 

Mrs. Aline Davis 5.00 

Mrs. Eddye H. Fogle 25.00 

Mrs. Georgia B. Thompson 40.00 

Mrs. Carrie Roberson 100.00 

$250.25 

Mrs. Roxanna W. Pitts 40.00 

Mrs. Essie Wilson 25.00 

Mrs. Ethel Brim 40.00 

$455.25 
Money received at the Convention: 

Mrs. Marie E. Singletary $2.00 

New Hope Association's Auxiliary 48.00 

West Roanoke's Auxiliary 35.49 

Miss Annie Dunigan 15.00 

Mrs. Helen W. Falls 25.00 

Person County Union 400.00 

Mrs. Willa Truesdale 2.00 

Mrs. Evelena Clayborn 40.00 



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Total for the Week $567.49 

Amount sent in 455.25 



Grand Total $1,022.74 

Your committee, 

Mrs. Roxanna Pitts, Chairman 

Mrs. Georgia B. Thompson, Co-Chairman 

CORA PAIR THOMAS YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mrs. Amaza H. Davis, Mrs. Lillian Hall, Mrs. Ruby Allen 

Mrs. Amaza H. Davis $100.00 

Mrs. Mary V. Freeman 25.00 

Mrs. Robert L. James 20.00 

Mrs. Novella Barnes 20.00 

Mrs. Elouise Newsome 100.00 

Mrs. Lillian Hall 106.66 

Mrs. Lucille Allen 10.00 

Miss Jean Wesson 5.00 

Mrs. Ruby Allen 133.00 

Olive Grove Baptist Church 5.00 

Mrs. Stella Bryant 40.00 

Friendship Baptist Church 10.00 

Miss Minnie C. Lyon 30.00 

Mrs. Mildred Sturdivant 1.00 

Mrs. Christine Sharpe 40.00 

Mrs. Lydia Vanhook 10.00 

Hong Baptist Church 25.00 

Pleasant Plains Baptist Church (Mrs. Pearl Booker) 25.00 



$784.42 
Money received through the Executive Office: 

Miss Mary Mills $25.00 

Mrs. Ruth E. Ford 20.00 

St. Delight Baptist Church 38.83 

Mrs. Mary Jones 20.00 

Mrs. Mary Crawford 30.00 

Mrs. Bernice D. Artis 70.00 

$204.80 

Total for the week $784.42 

Amount sent in 204.80 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 77 



Grand Total $989.22 

Your Committee, 

Mrs. Amaza H. Davis, Chairperson 

Mrs. Lillian Hall, Co-Chairperson 

Mrs. Ruby Allen, Co-Chairperson 

DEACONS' WIVES COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Sister Lacy Patterson, Sister Henry Clyburn 

We, the Deacons' Wives Committee, wish to make the following report. 
"To God be the Glory"; "God has smiled on Us", we are grateful for all that He 
has done. 

We are glad to have the opportunity to work in the Master's Vineyard. The 
amount we are reporting is as follows. 

Received at this session $833.00 

Received through Executive Office 453.00 

Total $1,286.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sister Henry Clyburn, Co-Chairperson 
Sister Myrtle Harrison 
Sister W.A. Mountain 

COMMITTEE ON MISSION 

Chairpersons - Sister Ethel Bittle, Sister Eunice Kirby 

Your Committee on Mission wishes to make the following report: 

1. To help shape the World through Christian 
influence. 

2. To help build God's Kingdom on earth. 

3. To support always our objectives, namely: State 
Mission, Central Orphanage, Shaw University, 
Shaw Divinity School, Foreign Mission, and the 
Baptist Assembly. 



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4. To praise always God for His bountiful goodness 
and to let others see Christ in our lives and lift Him 
up till every foe is vanquished and Christ is Lord 
indeed. "Study to show thyself approved unto God, 
a Workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly 
dividing the Word of truth," II Timothy 2:15. 

The Committee On Mission recommends that our 1983 theme "Shaping 
The World Through Christian Influence" (Romans 12:1-2) be used in our 
churches that we may prepare our lives to this subject in our every day living. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Committee on Mission 



Sister Ethel Bittle, Chairperson 
Sister Eunice Kirby, Co-Chairperson 
Sister Cornelia Michael, Recorder 
Sister Corine Cabaniss 
Sister Vivian L. Gray 
Sister Roberta Graves 
Sister Olga S. Laws 



Sister Farror Jones 
Sister Hattie King 
Sister Carrie W. Pritchett 
Sister Eloise Larkins 
Sister Hattie M. Hardin 
Sister Jeannie H. Gregory 
Sister Leah W. Parker 



STATE MISSIONS No. 2 YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 



Chairpersons - Miss Cornelia E. Fennell, Miss Conavies F. Perry 

Roseville Baptist Church - Ms. Janice Newton $60.00 

Pender County Union - Jacobs 15.00 

Ms. Cornelia E. fennell 40.00 

Lower Sampson County Union - S. Washington 40.00 

District VI, Group II - Ms. Cornelia E. Fennell 40.00 

Lower Sampson County Union Mass Meeting 65.00 

K.E.M.B. Auxiliary 40.00 

$300.00 
Received through the Office 

Miss Mary L. Mills 25.00 

Mrs. Nara Crawford 40.00 

Total $365.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 79 

CENTRAL ORPHANAGE YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE No. 2 

Chairpersons - Mrs. Marea Singletary, Mrs. O.H. Brodie 

Madam President Horton, Executive Secretary Brodie, Officers and 
Sisters and Brothers of our Woman's Baptist Convention, we, the members 
of the Central Orpahange Year Round Committee No. 2, thank everyone 
who gave us donations for our Central Orphanage effort. 

The children at the Orphanage are from many homes and church 
denominations; we solicit the help from anyone who would like to work with 
us in your community in securing tax free donations for our children at the 
Orphanage. If you will give us your name and address, we would be delighted 
to add you to our mailing list. 

Our report for the year is: 
Received at this Session 

Dr. T.H. Brooks, Durham $25.00 

Mrs. W.B. Bryant, Sanford 10.00 

Vance County Senior Circle, Henderson 25.00 

Sister Ethel C. Rhodes, President 

Mrs. Mozella MCA. Harvey, Durham 25.00 

Wayne County Mission Union 70.00 

Sister Pauline Reid, President, Goldsboro 
West Roanoke Woman's Auxiliary 450.00 

Sister Olga S. Law, President, Merry Hill 
Sister Mildred Sturdivant, Marshville 1.00 

Sister Thelma Turner, Goldston 5.00 

Sister O.H. Brodie, Franklinton (Reported) 558.00 



$1,214.00 



Sent to the Office 

Sister Beatrice Newell, Wilmington 50.00 

First Baptist Church, Pittsboro 25.00 

Sister M.E. Singletary, Sanford (Reported) 400.00 



Grand Total $1,689.00 

Sister M.E. Singletary, Chairperson 
Sister O.H. Brodie, Co-Chairperson 



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MINISTERS' WIVES FELLOWSHIP 

Chairpersons - Mrs. Cleo Hamright, Mrs. Mary L. Milhouse 

42. Mrs. O.F. Johnson . . 10.00 

43. Mrs. R.M. Merritt 10.00 

44. Mrs. G.M. Turner . . . 10.00 

45. Dr. J.B. McLester . . . 10.00 

46. Mrs. Minnie Rorie . . . 10.00 

47. Mrs. Robbie Diggs . . . 10.00 

48. Mrs. M. Caldwell .... 10.00 

49. Mrs. Martha H. Kerry 10.00 

50. Mrs. Fannie F. Coley 10.00 

51. Mrs. Fannie Bonham . 10.00 

52. Mrs. N.E. Kerry 10.00 

53. Mrs. Annie M. Lewis . 10.00 

54. Mrs. A.B. Sutton .... 10.00 

55. Mrs. Rosetta Webb . . 10.00 

56. Mrs. Loraine Lynch . . 10.00 

57. Mrs. L.W. Lockhart . . 10.00 

58. Mrs. C. Peterson 10.00 

59. Mrs. Novella Faison . . 10.00 

60. Mrs. M. Pierre 10.00 

61. Mrs. Carrie Leach . . . 10.00 

62. Mrs. Q.E. Hooper . . . 10.00 

63. Mrs. Estelle Jones . . . 10.00 

64. Mrs. R.M. Jones 10.00 

65. Mrs. Ida Thurman . . . 10.00 

66. Mrs. J.A. Little 10.00 

67. Mrs. H.G. Fleming . . . 10.00 

68. Mrs. Betty Foster .... 10.00 

69. Mrs. Swannie Wright . 10.00 

70. Mrs. Cleo Hamright . . 10.00 

71. Mrs. Mable Freeman . 10.00 

72. Mrs. Agnes Wright . . 10.00 

73. Mrs. S.W. Bullock . . . 10.00 

74. Mrs. T.C. Horton .... 10.00 

75. Mrs. L.D. Edwards . . 10.00 

76. Mrs. Grace Garrett . . 10.00 
Sent To Office: 

77. Mrs. E.V. Robinson . . 20.00 

78. Mrs. Lillie H. Lewis . . 15.00 

79. Mrs. L.H. Evans 10.00 

80. Deep River Ministers' 
Wives 100.00 

81. Mrs. E.V. Robinson . . 10.00 

82. Johnston County Missionary 
Union Ministers' Wives 20.00 



1. Mrs. Christine Avery $10.00 


2. Mrs. Mamie Baker . . 


10.00 


3. Mrs. Marian H. Bass 


10.00 


4. Mrs. Rosa Brewer . . 


10.00 


5. Mrs. Arsie Grant . . . 


10.00 


6. Mrs. Eleanor Lytle . . 


10.00 


7. Mrs. Vivian Moore . . 


10.00 


8. Mrs. Mattie Owens . 


10.00 


9. Mrs. Iola Perdue 


10.00 


10. Mrs. Louise Ray 


10.00 


11. Mrs. Rosa L. Roberts 


10.00 


12. Mrs. Ozzie Smith 


10.00 


13. Mrs. Minnie Simpson 


10.00 


14. Mrs. Dorothy Sullivan 


10.00 


15. Mrs. Irene Tomes . . . 


10.00 


16. Mrs. Marian Water . . 


10.00 


17. Mrs. Ethel B. White . . 


10.00 


18. Mrs. Pauline Young . . 


10.00 


19. Mrs. Nannia Williams 


10.00 


20. Mrs. Lois Pendergrass 


10.00 


21. Mrs. Jessie Robinson 


10.00 


22. Cleveland County . . . 


10.00 


Ministers' Wives 




23. Mrs. John White .... 


10.00 


24. Mrs. Ela Dula 


10.00 


25. Mrs. Leola T. Harris . 


10.00 


26. Mrs. Louise Gause . . 


10.00 


27. Mrs. T. Batts 


10.00 


28. Mrs. Janie D. James . 


10.00 


29. Mrs. Audrey Raynor . 


10.00 


30. Mrs. Reeta M. Jones . 


10.00 


31. Mrs. Daisy Foster . . . 


10.00 


32. Mrs. Martha Howard . 


10.00 


33. Mrs. Mildred T. Davis 


10.00 


34. Mrs. Marian Butler . . 


10.00 


35. Mrs. Lucy F. Dunn . . 


10.00 


36. Mrs. J.L. Morgan 


10.00 


37. Mrs. Amaza H. Davis 


10.00 


38. Mrs. Alice Wilson .... 


10.00 


39. New Hope Missionary 


10.00 


40. Mrs. W.M. Alexander 


10.00 


41. Mrs. Mattie Johnson . 


10.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 81 



MINUTES OF THE YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT 

The Young Adult Department of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign 
Missionary Convention held its 19th Annual Session, July 25-28 at the Civic 
Center in Charlotte. This year's theme was "Shaping The World Through 
Christian Influence." The Pre-Convention Banquet was held Monday 
evening at 6:00 P.M. The Young Adults assisted as hosts and hostesses. 

Bible study was held each morning at 8:00 A.M. and very inspirational 
devotions were held each morning. 

President Hines officially opened the meeting Tuesday morning. We heard 
very warm greetings from the Third Vice President, Mrs. Robbie Diggs. Mrs. 
Shirley Kelly of Mecklenburg County and Ms. Carolyn Gibson from Ebenezer 
Baptist Church welcomed everyone. Associate Director, Mrs. Julia 
McDonald, also greeted us. 

The state officers were all introduced. Officers present were: 



President 
1st Vice President 
2nd Vice President 
3rd Vice President 
4th Vice President 
Secretary 
Asst. Secretary 
Financial Secretary 
Asst. Financial Secretary 
Choir Director 
Asst. Choir Director 
"Harvest" Editor 



Wayne Hines 
Sharon Jones 
Phylisa Kelly 
Jewyl Dunn 
Darryl Patterson 
Zenobia Howard 
Genetta Patton 
Annie Ragland 
Tamara Taylor 
Louise Lassiter 
Linda Inman 
Eltonza Brown 



The following people were asked to serve on the following committees: 
A. Nominating Committee B. Resolution Committee 



Eltonza Brown, Chairman 

Linda Wiggins 

Pearlie Spearman 

Doris Wallace 

Gloria Purdie 

Sheila Russell 

C. Necrology Committee 

Johnny Smith, Chairman 
Diane Cordell 
Addie Davis 
Yonlanda Thompson 
Linda Wallace 



Moses Stanley, Chairman 
Julia McDonald 
Lodis Gloston 
Anita Cavanough 

D. Program Committee 

Genetta Patton, Chairman 
Catherine Radcliffe 
Helen Anthony 
Patricia Carter 
Carolyn Hines 
Hazel Chapman 



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Mrs. Jewyl Dunn who is taking a survey of the Young Adult Department in 
the state and Eltonza Brown Editor of the "Harvest Newletter" reported they 
had not received the information they requested. They are asking that we 
send them this information as soon as possible: 

Mrs. Eltonza Brown Mrs. Jewyl Dunn 

714 Bernice Street 2504 Sanderford Road 

Durham, North Carolina 27707 Raleigh, North Carolina 27610 

Attending this session for the first time were 31 directors, 33 presidents, 45 
members and one visitor. Over 150 young adults registered. 
The following countries were represented: 

Alexander 3 Montgomery 1 

Granville 8 Northampton 1 

Wayne 6 Johnston 2 

Sampson 2 Robeson 5 

Cumberland 19 Brunswick 6 

Durham 5 Scotland 1 

Wake 6 Person 1 

Forsyth 8 Craven 1 

Gaston 4 New Hanover 1 

Mecklenburg 29 Guilford 1 

Vance 4 Nash 1 

Edgecombe 6 Buncombe 1 

Columbus 22 Cleveland 1 

Union 6 Wilson 1 

Wilkes 2 Davidson 1 

Hoke 2 

Rockingham 8 

Mrs. Louise Lassiter, Choir Director, and her Assistant, Linda Inman, led 
us in several songs. 

The following Vice Presidents reports were made: 

First Vice President Sharon Jones 
"It is our duty to encourage membership, preside in the absence of the 
President, recruit and encourage affiliated churches." Ms. Jones shared the 
following poem (Prayer) by Gail Burket and asked us to think about it. 
I do not ask to walk smooth paths 
nor fear an easy load. I pray 
for strength and fortitude to 
climb the rock strewn road. 
Give me such courage I can 
scale the hardest peaks alone, 
and transform every stumbling 
blaock - Into stepping stones. 



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Seven churches reported that 106 young adults enrolled this year. Ms. 
Jones asked other young adults (V.P.) to send her their written reports. 
Second Vice-President - Phylisa Kelly 

The duties ot the Second Vice President are found in the Young Adult 
Handbook on page 15. Ms. Kelly read those duties to us. As Christian 
Education Chairperson she encouraged us to support better public education 
tor all children, but moreover help in the support of religiously educating 
ourselves, our children and others. She also encouraged us to use the 
following materials: the Holy Bible (King James Version and/or the Living 
Bible), the Missionary Helper, Lott Carey (first Black Missionary to Africa) by 
Leroy Fitts and several other books were recommended. Eleven churches 
turned in written reports. 

Third Vice President - Darryl Patterson 

The reason for during mission work is because this is God's plan. The Bible 
says, "Go ye therefore into all the world teaching and preaching my gospel." 
Some responsibilities and duties as Third Vice President are visiting the sick, 
shutins and elderly; witnessing in rest homes, prison camps as well as to 
unsaved individuals we meet everyday. Of those churches turning in written 
reports thirty one souls were reclaimed to Christ. 

Fourth Vice President - Jewyl Dunn 

The duties of the Fourth Vice President shall be the Chairman of 
Stewardship. She shall seek to have the department to study the Bible Plan of 
giving and educate herself. She shall encourage the Bible Plan of giving, see 
that at least one book on stewardship is always present, encourage tithing and 
giving unselfishly and impress upon the members of the correct use of time 
and talents. Mrs. Dunn made the following suggestion to the resolution 
committee "that time be set aside for each individual church officer to meet 
with the state officers so we can discuss problems together." 

This information can be shared with the entire body. 

Four churches turned in written reports. 

After lunch we reassembled with Mrs. Phylisa Kelly, presiding. Ms. Tamara 
Taylor and other young adults from that county presented a challenging skit 
that gave us something to think about. 

Our Fourth Vice President, Jewyl Dunn, was the presiding officer for the 
afternoon session. The young adult officers, directors and members marched 
in to the tune of "I Will Trust In The Lord." Greetings and call to worship 
were given by Fourth Vice President, Jewyl Dunn. 



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Young adult members sang "This Joy I Have" led by Pearlie Spearman. 
Prayer was offered by Reverend Johnny Smith and the choir sang the choral 
response "Hear Our Prayer O' Lord." We then sang "The Blood Will Never 
Lose Its Power." 

The officers of the young adult department were introduced to the parent 
body along with President Hine's family. President Hines and Director Daniels 
were presented with corsages by Genetta Patton. Gifts of love were given to 
President Hines by Tamara Taylor and Sharon Jones. 

The group sang "The Lord Is My Light" and Vice President Dunn 
introduced the speaker of the hour, President Hines. Mrs. Carolyn Hines 
sang "Someday" before the message. 

President Hine's address topic was "Seven-Ups For Christians." This was 
in keeping with the Convention's theme "Shaping The World Through 
Christian Influence." Closing song was "Yes God Is Real." A nomination was 
made by Phylisa Kelly that we accept the President's address. It was seconded 
by Daryl Patterson and passed unanimously by a say of "Amens." 

Since this was President Hine's last year, Director Daniels gave farewell 
remarks to him. We closed our session with the group singing "It's Me Again 
Lord." 

The session was turned over to the Youth Department. 

Thursday morning Ms. Sharon Jones was the presiding officer. After 
class study Ms. Margie Hill, Ms. Diane Lamb, Ms. Natlyn Bryant and Ms. 
Gloria Petteway shared these thoughts and views on this year's theme which 
seemed to have been enjoyed by all present. 

All of the following Committees reports were approved by the Young Adult 
body. 

NECROLOGY COMMITTEE 

We your committee on necrology wish to submit this report. 

Young Adults from over the state of North Carolina (here assembled) were 
asked to give the Committee a list of those deceased. No names were 
submitted. We consider this a blessing from God to our Young Adult Family. 

We bowed in prayer (silent) for those who were deceased. Together we 
sang "Sweet Hour of Prayer." 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Johnny R. Smith, Chairman 
Diane F. Cordell 
Addie Davis 
Yonlanda Thompson 
Linda Wallace 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 85 

RESOLUTION COMMITTEE 

We the members of the Resolution Committee would like to make the 
following report: 

1. Be it resolved that we express our gratitude for 
sharing the idea of the Young Adult Retreat to the 
Young Adult Department of Mt. Zion Baptist 
Church, Winston Salem, Mrs. Jerrye Griffin, 
Director. 

2. Be it further resolved that we continuosly give 
support to the reality of the Young Adult Retreat; 
that we recognize and appreciate it as an avenue 
towards Christian development and fulfillment. 

3. Be it resolved that we express our thanks to Mr. 
and Mrs. Hubert McDonald (Julia) for their 
gracious contribution and preparation that made 
our outing a great pleasure at Freedom Park. 

4. Be it resolved that we express our thanks to 
Mecklenburg and Gaston County for their 
contribution to the fellowship outing. 

5. Be it also resolved that Ebenezer Baptist Church, 
Dr. A.B. Sutton, be given a rising vote of love and 
appreciation for their kind deeds and warm 
hospitality. 

6. Be it resolved that we believe, share, and live 
what we have witnessed at this 19th Annual Session 
at the Young Adult Department of the 
WBH&FMC, so that others may see Christ in our 
daily living. 

7. Be it resolved that we pray for our Director 
Daniels who pours out her heart to us in the most 
spiritual and inspirational manner, who portrays 
interest and concern for the Young Adults of the 
state of North Carolina. 



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8. Be it futher resolved that we continue to pray for 
our past President Hines and his family who has led 
us spiritually and emotionally for the cause of Christ 
and one we love so dearly for his untiring dedication 
to the task of President of the Young Adult 
Department of the state of North Carolina. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Mr. Moses E. Stanley, Chairman 
Mrs. Julia McDonald 
Mrs. Lodis Gloston 
Mrs. Anita Cavanough 
Ms. Nathlyn Bryant 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

1. Continuation of already scheduled yearly meetings, 
(a). Mid-year Session 

(b). Leaders Training 
(c). Young Adult Retreat 

2. We recommend one evening during the Annual Convention for the Young 
Adult "sharing/gripe" session. 

3. Encourage Bible Study sessions on local level stressing study on Books in 
the Bible. 

4. Prayer for Young Adults at all sessions of the Con* ention, Workshop, etc. 
(Prayer for sick, deceased family, jobs, probler.'.s In home, etc.). 

Submitted by, 

Genetta Patton, Chairman 

Catherine Radcliffe 

Helen Anthony 

Patricia Carter 

Carolyn Hines 

Hazel Chapman 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE 

President Phylisa Kelly 

1st Vice President Sharon Jones 

2nd Vice President Darryl Patterson 

3rd Vice President Jewyl Dunn 

4th Vice President Genetta Patterson 



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Recorderd 
Asst. Recorder 
Financial Secretary 
Asst. Financial Sec. 
Worship Chairman 
Pianist 
Asst. Pianist 
Choir Director 
Asst. Choir Director 
"Harvest" Editor 
"Harvest" Asst. Editor 
Public Relations 
Public Relations Asst. 



Zenobia Howard 
Gloria Purdie 
Ann Ragland 
Tamara Taylor 
Reverend Johnny Smith 
Doris Wallace 
Jeanne Williams 
Louise Lassiter 
Linda Inman 
Eltonza Brown 
Mary Hobsey 
Velma McCloud 
Lodis Gloston 



In his closing remarks Past President Hines shared this very beautiful poem 
that he says expressed his feelings "To you from me." 



Thank you for letting me serve, 
As State Young Adult President, 
I tried to represent you well, 
No matter where I went. 

I talked about our Savior, 
Who died on Calvary, 
Shared the hope of salvation, 
That set all of us free. 

Sometimes near Rocky Mount, 

And oftentimes afar, 

I went by bus or train, 

And sometimes a borrowed car. 

I did have some tribulations, 
My trials were great and small. 
But my mind was made up. 
For I heeded the Master's call. 

I learned to love Mrs. Daniels, 
Of course you know that's easy to do, 
Thank you sweet State Director, 
For seeing me safely through. 

To Mrs. Julia McDonald, 

Our Associate Director, 

And all of the State Officers too, 

The task would have never been completed. 

Had it not been for all of you. 



Thanks to my darling wife, Carolyn, 
Whose beautiful singing paved the way. 
May she forever be blessed by Cod, 
For I know He'll hear her when she prays. 

There are three girls, Kim, Net and Tramika 
and Wayne, Jr. the one little boy, 
Their sweet kindness and understanding, 
Has brought me a bundle of joy. 

To all of you across the state, 

Each one of you had an important part. 

I shall never forget any of you, 

I'll keep you deep in my heart. 

I shall keep right on marching, 
I'm traveling up the King's highway. 
Where Jesus leads me - I will follow, 
I know He will lead me home someday. 

May the service I've given encourage you, 

To hold to Cod's unchanging hand. 

I'll pray for you - you pray for me, 

If not here again-to meet in the Promise Land. 

I know a charge to keep I have, 
And a God I'm determined to glorify, 
By Jesus' blood my soul He saved. 
To understand it all by and by. 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Submitted by, 

Zenobia Howard, Recorder 

Genetta Patton, Past Asst. Recorder 

ADDENDUM: Young Adult Department's Promotion List 

1. Margie Hart - St. John Baptist, Gastonia, N.C. 

2. Carolyn Hines - North End Baptist, Rocky Mount, N.C. 

3. Lovella Howell - Liberty Grove Baptist, Taylorsville, N.C. 

4. Catherine Radcliffe - Piney Grove Baptist, Evergreen, N.C. 

5. Mary Faison - Mt. Pilgrim Baptist, Whiteville, N.C. 

6. La Verne George - Welches Creek Baptist, Whiteville, N.C. 

7. Brenda Chestnutt New Light Baptist, Hallsboro, N.C. 

8. Dorothy Marley - St. Bethel Baptist, Whiteville, N.C. 

9. William Hopson Mt. Gilead Baptist, Durham, N.C. 

10. Gladys E. Morgan - Mt. Gilead Baptist, Durham, N.C. 

11. Patricia Pointer - Mount Gilead Baptist, Durham, N.C. 

12. Clarence Davenport - Mt. Gilead Baptist, Durham, N.C. 

13. Lugenia Mason - Mount Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

14. Blondenear Brown - Mt. Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

15. Peggy Moore - Mt. Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

16. Segrid Davenport - Mt. Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

17. Alma Coleman - Mt. Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

18. Jerome Coleman - Mt. Gilead, Durham, N.C. 

19. Barbara A. Kelly Jones Chapel, Laurinburg, N.C. 

20. Althea Jones Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

21. Jacqueline Roane - Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

22. Barbara McGee Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

23. Alberta Williams - Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

24. Jacqueline Grace Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

25. Albertma Shuler - Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

26. Linda Jones Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

27. Bertha Kitt - Zion Memorial, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

28. Phyllis K. Baldwin - First Baptist, Charlotte, N.C. 

29. Mary B. Funderburk - First Baptist, Charlotte, N.C. 

30. Marian T. Yates - First Baptist, Charlotte, N.C. 

31. Frances Mizzell - Emmanuel, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

32. Bertha Bohannon - United Metropolitan, Winston-Salem, N.C. 

33. Betty Clark - Terrells Creek, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

34. Shirley A. Kelly - Gethsemarve Baptist, Charlotte, N.C. 

35. Beverly Miller - Gethsemane Baptist, Charlotte, N.C. 

36. Rose Sellars - First Baptist, Wilmington, N.C. 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 89 

MINUTES OF THE YOUTH DEPARTMENT 
TUESDAY, JULY 26 

The session was opened at 8:05 A.M. with a scripture by Milton Todd and 
prayer by Donnie Garris. The congregation then rose to sing, "Leaning On 
The Everlasting Arms." 
00 

Afterwards, Mrs. Mitchell, youth supervisor, taught our study class for 
forty (40) minutes. The congregation then sang, "Lift Him Up." Lacy Simpson 
then read a scripture and prayer was brought to us by Randolph Williams. 

Our program was opened with greetings from our President, Michael 
Battle, Crystal McKenzie from the host church, Ebenezer Baptist Church, 
Charlotte, welcomed us all to the convention and William Clayton gave a 
response. 

Business began with the minutes by Miss Antoinette Dunlap. We then 
appointed members for the historical, newsletter, resolutions, temperance 
and membership committees. The congregation then sang, "Come by Here" 
and "At The Cross." 

We began our panel discussion on the topics, "Shaping the World Through 
Bible Study, Mission Study, Christian Stewardship and through Mission-In- 
Action." We heard from Lisa Dickins on the topic "Faith" during our panel 
discussion. Afterwards, Randolph Williams gave a resume. We then had 
words from Mrs. Johnson. 

The congregation then sang two selections, "Soon and very Soon" and 
"Hallelujah." 

We then began our Youth Officer's March for Minnie C. Lyon. Afterwards, 

we had a presentation by Ivy Murrain on Miss Minnie C. Lyon. We then had 
an instrumental solo by Donyelle Lassiter. Miss Lyon's "adopted" daughter 
gave a few words before our Supervisor's Pageant, which was followed by 
selections from the Ocean View Youth Choir. After the Pageant, Mrs. 
Mitchell gave gifts to the supervisors that participated. Reverend M.C. 
Herring led us in prayer for Foreign Missions. After we had offering, our 
president, Michael Battle, dismissed us for lunch. 

We returned at 2:15 P.M. The scripture was read by Mr. Randolph Williams 
and Lisa Dickins gave the prayer. Miss Jeanette Evans led us in a song 
entitled, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." George Mitchell sang a solo 



90 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 

entitled, "Jesus Is Love." The Shaw Contest then began. The winners were: 
1st place talent - Jamie Austin 
2nd place talent - Wanda Battle 
1st place money - Gaston County: $2,190.00 
2nd place money - Wake County: 1,600.00 
3rd place money - Craven County: 1,438.19 

Franklin County: 1,453.75 

The total amount raised was $10,622.95. 

The Have-A-Heart for Missions Contest immediately followed the Shaw 
Contest. The amount raised was $5,512.70. 

WEDNESDAY, JULY27 

Session was opened at 8:00 A.M. by Milton Todd with a prayer and 
responsive reading. 



Mrs. Mitchell then began teaching our class discussion on Luke 15. 
Afterwards, our Vice President, Milton Todd, dismissed us to the joint 
session. 

At 6:30 P.M. the youth gave a concert which was short and very 
inspirational. 

THURSDAY, JULY 28 

Reverend Lynch opened the session at 8:00 A.M. with a song entitled, "I will 
trust in the Lord" followed by a scripture from Milton Todd and prayer by 
Reverend Lynch. Our devotion closed with two songs from the congregation 
entitled, "Lift Him UP," and "Just a Little Walk with Jesus." 

Mrs. Mitchell wrapped up our class discussion. Afterwards, we passed out 
the Newsletters. We then had a song entitled, "The Lord Will Make a Way," 
which was followed by the committee reports. 

Miss Doris Howell led us in a Memorial Service. It was closed with the song, 
"Reach Out and Touch." Reverend Lynch then introduced our speaker, 
Reverend F.A. Griffin, pastor of the Galilee Baptist Church, Charlotte. The 
message was very short and inspiring. 

The Youth presented gifts to Supervisor, Mrs. Yvonne Mitchell, and 
Assistant Supervisor Miss Percie Norman. President, Michael Battle, 
dismissed us to the joint session. Thus ended another Youth Session. 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 91 

Respectfully submitted, 

President Michael Battle 

Secretary Antoinette Dunlap 

Addendum: (The following persons were promoted to the Young Adult 
Department: Reverend Leonzo Lynch, White Rock Baptist Church, Durham, 
and Sherwood Davis, Lumberton, North Carolina.) 



92 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



To the Officers and Members of Woman's Baptist 
Home and Foreign Missionary Convention and to 
the Executive Secretary 
Dr. Priscilla Brodie: 

Greetings and felicitations on the Annual Meeting that marks your one 
hundredth year of existence. But it has been more than existence; it has been 
active and dynamic participation in service in and for the cause of God's 
Kingdom. 

During much of that time, there has existed an interdependence and 
interrelatedness between the Woman's Convention and the two Baptist- 
affiliated institutions which I represent, the University and the Divinity School. 
While much of the leadership of the Convention has received some of its 
educational training at our schools, the Convention has been in the vanguard 
of the moral and financial supporters of these institutions. We are grateful to 
have the opportunity to serve the Convention. We are appreciative of the 
support that the Convention has given us. You are a great body because you 
have demonstrated the Master's words: "He who would be greatest among 
you must be your servant." 

Sincerely yours, 

Stanley H. Smith 
President 

GREETINGS 

FROM CENTRAL ORPHANAGE 

OF NORTH CAROLINA 

H.V. Bryant, Executive Director 

Greetings and best wishes on the occasion of your 100th Annual Session of 
the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of North 
Carolina. You have a grand reason to celebrate, for your one hundred years 
reveal a record of promise, faith, hope and service. 

Central Orphanage, one of the major objectives of the Convention, deeply 
appreciates the fine way in which you have supported our endeavors and we 
solicit your continued support. 

May God grant you even greater opportunity to serve in the next one 
hundred years. 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOM£ & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 93 

Lott Carey Convention Congratulates Notable Baptist Women of 

North Carolina 



Through the years the Women's Home and Foreign Mission Convention of 
North Carolina has remained the "Queen Bee" among Women's State 
Conventions throughout the states; and, the Lott Carey Baptist Foreign 
Mission Convention has turned to these noteworthy Christian Missionary- 
minded women for leadership. They have been a continuous source of moral, 
intellectual, financial and spiritual dedication in our united efforts in exalting 
the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Therefore, as you stand on the threshold of your approaching Annual 
Session, the officials of the Lott Carey Convention and its auxiliaries join in 
sending felicitations as you advance into a new and constructive era of love 
and dedication to the "other sheep" that are in the barren regions of the earth; 
and, whose daily cry is: "Come over and help us." 

Wendell C. Somerville 
Executive Secretary/Treasurer 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



INSTITUTES AND MISSIONARY STUDY CLASSES 1983-1984 







DISTRICT I, 


1 




couWty 


CITY 


CHURCH 


SPONSOR 


WORKER 


BuncorQ.be 


Asheville 


Worldwide 
Tabernacle 

DISTRICT II, 


Buncombe County Union 
2 


Grant 


Alexander 


Taylorsville 


Mount Carmel 


Alexander County Union 


Johnson 


Yadkin 


Hamptonville 


Pleasant Hill 
DISTRICT III, 


Yadkin-Davie Woman's 
Auxiliary 

1 


Daniels 


Cabarrus 


Harrisburg 


Oak Grove 


Cooperative Lane Creek 


Johnson 


Gaston 


Gastonia 


Friendship 


Gaston County 
Missionary Union 


Lucas 


Mecklenburg 


Charlotte 


Mayfield 
Memorial 

DISTRICT III, 


Mecklenburg County 
Union 

2 


Johnson 


Iredell 


Statesville 


First 
DISTRICT IV, 


1 


Johnson 


Forsyth 


Winston-Salem 


Union 
DISTRICT V, 


Forsyth County 
Missionary Union 

1 


Edwards 


Union 


Monroe 


Elizabeth 


Union County 
Cooperative 


Faulkner 


Union 


Marshville 


Olive Branch 


Zion Assoc. Cooperative 


Sullivant 


Robeson 


Fairmont 


First 


Lumber River Association 


Hester 


Robeson 


Lumberton 


Sandy Grove 
DISTRICT VI, 


Robeson County 
Missionary Union 

1 


Hester 


Sampson 


Clinton 


First 
DISTRICT VI, 


Western Union 
Association 

2 


Horton 


Brunswick 


Ash 


Little Prong 




Stanley 


Brunswick 


Bolivia 


Saint John 


Missionary Department 


Young 


Brunswick 


Bolivia 


Zion Hill 




Hewett 


Brunswick 


Longwood 


Mount Zion 


Missionary Department 


Gore 


Brunswick 


Longwood 


Mount Zion 




Dewey 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant View 




Gause 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Assoc. Y.A. 
Dept. 


Hewett 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 




Hewett 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Y.A. Union 


Gause 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Association 


Gause 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Association 


Bryant 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME". & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 95 



Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Association 


Bryant 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Association 


Gore 


Brunswick 


Shallotte 


Pleasant Hill 


Ocean View Union 


Gore 


Brunswick 


Southport 


Friendship 


Missionary Circle 


Gause 


Brunswick 


Southport 


Friendship 


Missionary Circle 


Hewett 


Brunswick 


Supply 


Big Macedonia 




Bryant 


Brunswick 


Supply 


Cedar Grove 




Bryant 


Brunswick 


Supply 


Little Macedonia 




Bryant 


Brunswick 


Supply 


Big Macedonia 




Hewett 


Brunswick 


Thomasboro 


Pleasant Grove 




Stanley 


Columbus 


Nakina 


Zion Plain 




Stanley 


Columbus 


Chadbourn 


Mount Zion 


Bryant 




Columbus 


Chadbourn 


Saint John 


New Era Association 


Hester 


Columbus 


Whiteville 


Cedar Grove 


Missionary Circle 


Hester 


Columbus 


Whiteville 


Cherry Grove 




Stanley 


New Hanover 


Wilmington 


Macedonia 
DISTRICT VII, 


New Hanover Co. Union 

1 


Gause 


Johnston 


Selma 


First 


Deaconess Council 


Mitchell 


Johnston 


Smithfield 


Galilee 


Johnston Co. Missionary 
Union and Johnston 
Association 


Mitchell 


Lee 


Sanford 


First Calvary 


Deep River Association 


Pratt 


Durham 


Durham 


DISTRICT VIII 


New Home & Durham 
Women Auxiliary 

, 1 


Stanfield 


Edgecombe 


Tarboro 


Batts Chapel 


Missionary Circle 


Gray 


Edgecombe 


Tarboro 


Salem Chapel 




Gray 


Edgecombe 


Tarboro 


Saint Luke 




Gray 


Halifax 


Enfield 


Franklinton 
Center 


Neuse River Association 


Gray 


Halifax 


Enfield 


Saint Paul 


Halifax County Union 


Bullock 


Nash 


Battleboro 


First 




Gray 


Nash 


Battleboro 


First 




Gray 


Nash 


Battleboro 


Morning Star 




Gray 


Nash 


Rocky Mount 


Calvary 


Ministers Conference 


Gray 


Nash 


Rocky Mount 


Mount Carmel 


Ministers Deacons & 
Laymen Union 


Gray 


Nash 


Rocky Mount 


Mount Olive 


Edgecombe Co. Union 


Gray 


Nash 


Rocky Mount 


North End 


Tar River Ministers Gray 
Deacons & Laymens Union 






DISTRICT VIII 


,2 




Wayne 


Goldsboro 


Best Grove 


Bear Creek Association 


Horton 


Wayne 


Goldsboro 


Mount Calvary 


Wayne County Missionary Horton 
Union 



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DISTRICT IX, 


1 




Craven 


New Bern 


The United 


Craven County Missionary Gray 








Union 








DISTRICT IX, 


2 




Beaufort 


Washington 


Spring Garden 


Middle District Union 

of Old Eastern Missionary 

Baptist 


Hester 


Martin 


Williamston 


Mount Shiloh 


Middle District Union of 
Old Eastern 


Pratt 


Martin 


Williamston 


Roanoke 
Tabernacle 
DISTRICT X, 


Middle Ground 
Association 
1 


Alexander 


Bertie 


Powellsville 


First 


West Roanoke Woman's 
Auxiliary 


McLester 


Northampton 


Rich Square 


First 


Northampton Association 


Gray 






WORKSHOP 




December 1983 


Raleigh 


Watts Chapel 




Mitchell 




Durham 




Woman's Auxiliary of 
New Hope Association 


Edwards 




Shelby 


Washington 




Lucas 


April 1984 


Charlotte 


Salem 




Lucas 




Yadkinville 


Pleasant Grove 




Daniels 


May 21-25, 1984 




Antioch 




White 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 97 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

May 31, 1984 

Page No. 

Independent Certified Public Accountant Report 98 

Balance Sheet - EXHIBIT A 99 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures - EXHIBIT B 99 

Statement of Changes in Fund Balances - EXHIBIT C 101 

Notes to Financial Statements 101 

Bank Reconciliation - Schedule 1 102 

Changes in Self Denial - Schedule 2 102 

Analysis of Fixed Assests - Schedule 3 103 

Detailed Expenditures - STATE MISSION - Schedule 4 103 

Detailed Expenditures - STATE MISSION - Schedule 5 104 



9% ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 

Jde Nathan Norman 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 

INCORPORATED 

P. O. BOX 2B34 - Z2DD BOOKER STREET 

WINSTON-SALEM. NORTH CAROLINA 271D2 



(919) 723-0632 



MEMBER OF 

THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTB 



June 19, 1984 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

We hav/e examined the balance sheet - EXHIBIT A of Woman's Baptist Home 
and Foreign Missionary Convention of N.C. as Of May 3 1, 1984 and the related 
statements of receipts and expenditures - EXHIBIT B, and changes in fund balances - 
EXHIBIT C for the year then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary 
in the circumstances. 

We did not not audit the funds sent directly by the churches of $7,195.29 and do 
not express an opinion thereon. 

In our opinion, except for the above comment, the accompanying balance sheet - 
EXHIBIT A and statements of receipts and expenditures - EXHIBIT B and changes in 
fund balances - EXHIBIT C of Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary 
Convention of N.C. at May 31, 1984, present fairly the financial position, the results of 
its operations and changes in fund balances in conformity with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consitent with that of the preceding year. 



JOE NATHAN NORMAN, CPA, INC. 




Joe N. Norman, CPA 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 99 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 

EXHIBIT A 



BALANCE SHEET 




May 31, 1984 




ASSETS 




Cash In Bank - Schedule 1 $74,644.27 




Restricted Cash - Centennial Fund 9,923. 14 




Savinqs - Self Denial - Schedule 2 5.00 


$ 84,572.41 


Fixed Assets - Schedule 3 


341,230.52 


TOTAL ASSETS 





$425,802.93 



FUND BALANCES 

Cash - EXHIBIT C $84,572.41 

Invested In Fixed Assets - EXHIBIT C 341,230.52 

TOTAL FUND BALANCES $425,802.93 



See Notes to Financial Statements 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 



EXHIBIT B 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
For The Fiscal Year Ended May 31, 1984 



OBJECTIVES 



GROSS RECEIPTS 

Young Youth 

Senior Adult Department Total 

State Mission $207,863.53 $21,113.74 $38,656.53 $267,633.80 

Foreign Mission 40,870.63 3,586.79 7,087.16 51,544.58 

Christian Education: 

Shaw University 22,594.13 3,518.01 13,058.89 39,171.03 

Shaw Divinity School .... 12,865.71 2,436.15 1,562.44 16,864.30 

Central Orphanage 17,472.98 4,017.07 3,643.36 25,133.41 

Baptist Assembly ' 10,356.36 2,506.70 5,409.40 18,272.46 

Totals $312,023.34 $37,178.46 $69,417.78 $418,619.58 



TOO ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 

ADD: FUNDS SENT DIRECTLY BY CHURCHES: 

Central Orphanage $ 6,154.29 

Shaw University 483.00 

Lott Carey Convention . . 558.00 

Total Funds Sent 

Directly 7,195.29 

ADD: INTEREST EARNED 
ON SELF-DENIAL 

FUND 505.29 

TOTAL GROSS 
RECEIPTS $426,320.16 

LESS: EXPENDITURES .. 

OBJECTIVES 

State Mission (See Detail 

Schedule 4 & 5) $246,700. 1 1 

Foreign Mission $50,571.12 

Add: Sent Directly 558.00 51,129.12 

Shaw University $39, 171.03 

Add: Sent Directly 483.00 39,654.03 

Shaw Divinity School .... 17,064.29 

Central Orphanage $25,860.21 

Add: Sent Directly 6,154.29 32,014.50 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES .. 386,562.05 

EXCESS OF RECEIPTS OVER EXPENDITURES $ 39,758.11 

LESS: TRANSFER TO BAPTIST ASSEMBLY (JOINT ACCOUNT) .... (18,272.46) 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE: 

Calculator $ 196.56 

Typewriter 732.88 

Copier 3,622.86 (4,552.30) 

INCREASE IN CASH $ 16,933.35 

ADD: CASH BALANCE, 

MAY 31, 1983 67,639.06 

CASH BALANCE, 
MAY 31, 1984 $ 84,572.41 

See Notes to Financial Statements 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 101 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 



ANALYSIS OF FUND BALANCES 

May 31, 1984 



Balance, May 31, 1983 

EXCESS OF RECEIPTS OVER 
EXPENDITURES - EXHIBIT B 

LESS: TRANSFER TO BAPTIST ASSEMBLY 

(JOINT ACCOUNT) 

RECLASSIFICATION OF CAPITAL 
EXPENDITURES 

Balance, May 31. 1984 



See Notes to Financial Statements 



Cash 



$ 67.639.06 

39,758.11 

(18.272.46) 
(4.552.30 ) 
$ 84.572.41 



EXHIBIT C 



Fixed Assets 

$336,678.22 



4,552.30 



$341,230.52 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

May 31, 1984 

1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES 

(a) The Conventions books are maintained on a cash basis with annual 
reporting on the same base. 

(b) Capital expenditures are capitalized as fixed assets 

(c) Funds for objectives may be sent directly by churches (See Independent 
Certified Public Accountant's Report) 

2. BAPTIST ASSEMBLY FUNDS 

An amount of $18,272.46 of Baptist Assembly Funds were transferred to a Joint 
Bank Account with the General State Baptist Convention of N.C, Inc. to be jointly 
disbursed by the two Executive Secretaries for future Baptist Assembly expenses. 



102 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 



Schedule 1 



Bank Reconciliation 

As of May 31, 1984 

Balance, Per Bank Statement 

ADD: Deposits In Transit 

Total 

LESS: Outstanding Checks 

Adjusted Bank Balance 



$ 89,159.54 

26,073.58 

$115,233.12 



40,588.85 
$ 74,644.27 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 



Schedule 2 



Changes In Self-Denial Funds 
As of May 31, 1984 

Balance, May 31, 1983 

ADD: Deposits During The Year $13,927.58 

Interest Earned 505.29 

Total 

LESS: Transfer to Regular Cash Account . 
Balance, May 31, 1984 



5.00 



14,432.87 
$14,437.87 

(14,432.87) 
$ 5.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 

Schedule 3 
Analysis of Fixed Assets 

May 31, 1984 



Balance 
5/31/83 

OFFICE COST 

Office Furniture & 

Equipment $ 18,813.27 

1980 Ford Van 10,092.02 

Wrapping Machine 1,942.80 



Additions Deductions 



Balance 
5/31/84 



18,813.27 

10,092.02 

1,942.80 



$ 12,000.00 




$ 12,000.00 


1,680.60 




1,680.60 


196,705.55 




196,705.55 


1,555.00 




1,555.00 


39,959.38 




39,959.38 


7,833.00 




7,833.00 


2,986.10 




2,986.10 


32,922.28 




32.922.28 


2,250.00 




2,250.00 


345.00 




345.00 


2,716.00 




2,716.00 


164.12 




164.12 


673.68 




673.68 


525.00 




525.00 


1,924.00 




1,924.00 


1,590.42 




1,590.42 


336,678.22 


$4,552.30 $ -0- 


$341,230.52 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 103 

Calculator 196.56 $ 196.56 

Typewriter 732.88 732.88 

Copier 3,622.86 3,622.86 

ASSEMBLY COST 

Land 

Land Improvements 

Buildings 

Trailers 

Pool 

Grading 

Landscaping 

Furniture & Equipment . . . 

Architect 

Survey 

Memorial & Sign 

Lawn Mower 

Mower (Rotary) 

Outside Lighting 

Piano 

Outside Facilities 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 

Schedule 4 
STATE MISSION - DETAILED EXPENDITURES 

May 31, 1984 

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SALARIES 

Executive Secretary 22,994. 13 

Administrative Assistant 13,500.00 

Bookkeeper 12,000.00 

Stenographer 11,499.17 

Secretary 9,583.30 

Retired Employee 3,000.00 $72,576.60 

OFFICE EXPENSES 

Utilities and Security $ 2,473.76 

Telephone 3,416.42 

Printing 15, 186.00 

Custodian (Supplement) 1,525.15 

Postage and Supplies 8,927.41 

Audit 1,000.00 

Automobile (Van) 1,767.00 

Bond 554.80 

Bank Service Charge 9.76 

Baptist Informer 180.50 $35,040.80 



104 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



FRINGE BENEFITS AND TRAVEL 

Executive, Staff and Committees Travel . $ 2,844.88 
Employees' benefits - Payroll Taxes & 

Insurance 14,624.58 

Additional fringe benefits Staff & Retiree 1,272.20 $18,741.66 

PUBLICATION EXPENSES 

Printing $16,273.16 

Editor 1,613.65 

Postage and Freight 1,145.00 

Supplies 464.14 

Extra Help 279.13 $19,775.08 

INSTITUTE AND WORKSHOPS 

Honorarium $21,759.82 

Books and Supplies 14,529.19 

Camp (Youth) 15,547.8 2 

$51,836.83 

CENTENNIAL FUND COST 12,092.86 

WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF N.C. 



Schedule 5 



ANNUAL AND MID-YEAR CONVENTIONS 



President Honorarium $ 1,000.00 

President Travel 4,254.86 

Convention Workers and Supplies 11,477.12 

Convention Center, Motel & Catering . . 13,830.62 

Minnie C. Lyon Fund 285.81 $30,848.41 

REPRESENTATION AND TRANSMITTALS 

National Baptist Woman's Convention, 

USA, lnc $ 1,991.15 

Church Woman United 400.00 

World Baptist Alliance 274.75 

Lighthouse Ministries 250.00 

New Delhia India Trip GBSC 2,000.00 

Plane Fare Via GBSC 210.00 

Baptist Headquarters (Building Fund ) . . 265.00 

Tornado Victims - GBSC 396.97 $ 5,787.87 



TOTAL STATE MISSION EXPENDITURES 

EXHIBIT B $246,700.11 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 105 



ITEMIZED REPORT OF CIRCLE- YOUNG 
ADULT- YOUTH DEPARTMENTS 



Organization 



Location 1st 2nd 

DISTRICT 1, GROUP 1 
BUNCOMBE COUNTY: 



Amount By Quarters 
3rd 4th 



First Nazareth 

Hill Street 
Young Adult 

Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Bethel 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Mount Olive 
Rock Hill 
Saint Paul 
Tabernacle 



Asheville 
Asheville 

Asheville 
Asheville 



Asheville 
Asheville 
Asheville 
Asheville 



World-Wide Tabernacle Asheville 

Young Adult 

Youth 

HENDERSON COUNTY: 

Pleasant Hill Fletcher 

Star of Bethel Hendersonville 

Union Grove Hendersonville 

DISTRICT 1, GROUP 2 
HAYWOOD COUNTY: 
Mount Olive Waynesville 

Pleasant Grove Canton 100.00 

JACKSON COUNTY: 
Liberty Baptist Sylva 



35.00 100.00 25.00 
DISTRICT 2, GROUP 1 



BURKE COUNTY: 

Mount Zion Drexel 

CALDWELL COUNTY: 

Lovelady Lenoir 

Mount Pilgram Lenoir 



225.00 



63.00 
140.00 

100.00 

10.00 
109.00 



Totals 



99.00 


230.00 


10.00 


339.00 


110.00 




100.00 


210.00 






100.00 


100.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$310.00 


50.00 


233.00 


30.00 90.40 


403.40 


29.00 




10.00 5.00 


44.00 


29.00 




10.00 5.00 


44.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$491.40 


50.00 






50.00 


25.00 






25.00 


25.00 






25.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$100.00 






11.00 


11.00 


50.00 






50.00 


104.00 






104.00 




85.00 


10.00 


95.00 


99.00 


25.00 




124.00 


29.00 






29.00 


29.00 






29.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$182.00 


3.00 






3.00 


128.00 


160.00 




288.00 


99.00 




200.00 


299.00 



63.00 
100.00 

300.00 

100.00 

10.00 
334.00 



106 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization Location 

CATAWBA COUNTY: 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 



2nd 



3rd 



4th 



Young Adult 
Youth 



25.00 
10.00 



25.00 
10.00 



50.00 
20.00 



Totals 



Community 


Maiden 






83.30 


83.80 


Friendship 


Hickory 






150.00 


150.00 


Liberty Hill 


Claremont 






70.00 


70.00 


Maiden Chapel 


Maiden 






18.75 50.00 


68.75 


Young Adult 








25.00 


25.00 


Youth 








75.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


75.00 
$168.75 


Morning Star First 


Hickory 






1000.00 


1000.00 


Mount Olive 


Newton 




36.00 


50.00 


86.00 


Mount Zion 


Hickory 


90.00 


125.00 


215.00 


New Prospect 


SherilPs Ford 






118.50 


118.50 


Mcdowell county: 










Catawba View 


Old Fort 


289.00 300.00 




589.00 


Mount Moriah 


Marion 




217.94 


143.32 254.50 


615.76 




DISTRICT 2, 


GROUP 2 






ALEXANDER COUNTY: 










Liberty Grove 


Taylorsville 


65.00 25.00 


134.00 


224.00 



100.00 
40.00 











GRAND TOTAL 


$364.00 


Macedonia 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Taylorsville 


176.50 
41.00 


167.00 


42.00 

10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


385.50 

41.00 

10.00 

$436.50 


Mt. Carmel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Taylorsville 


87.93 
5.00 
5.00 


130.00 
5.00 

5.00 


30.00 129.00 
25.00 40.00 
10.00 40.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


376.93 

75.00 

60.00 

$511.93 


New Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Taylorsville 


32.50 

7.50 
3.75 


12.00 


18.75 93.75 
GRAND TOTAL 


157.00 

7.50 

3.75 

$168.25 


St. John 


Taylorsville 


111.00 






111.00 


Smith Grove 


Hidenite 


175.00 


20.00 


20.00 28.00 


243.00 


Third Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Stoney Point 
20.00 


63.00 
10.00 


125.00 


94.00 


282.00 
20.00 
10.00 



GRAND TOTAL $312.00 



WILKES COUNTY: 



First 


North 


316.15 


19.50 


19.75 39.00 


394.40 




Wilkesboro 










Young Adult 




10.00 


10.00 


10.00 18.00 


48.00 


Youth 




10.00 


10.00 


10.00 18.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


48.00 
$490.40 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIG N MISSIONARY CONVENTION 107 



3rganization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Mt. Valley 


Ronda 


52.15 


30.00 






82.15 


New Damascus 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Wilkesboro 


60.20 

3.00 

12.00 


5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


75.20 
12.d0 
18.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$105.20 


Parks Grove 


Wilkesboro 


37.20 


10.00 


17.00 




64.20 


Pleasant Hill 

Young Adult 
Youth 


North 
Wilkesboro 


91.53 

1.50 
1.50 


3.00 

1.50 
1.00 


56.00 

2.00 
1.50 


10.00 

2.00 
1.50 


160.53 

7.00 
5.50 










GRAND TOTAL 


$173.03 


Poplar Springs 
Youth 


Roaring River 


67.70 




96.00 


75.00 
330.00 


238.70 
330.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$568.70 


Sandy Creek 


Traphill 


37.00 


26.00 


2.00 


9.00 


74.00 


Thankful 


Moravian 


47.37 


35.00 






82.37 


Union Grove 


Roaring River 


25.10 


8.00 


8.00 




41.10 


YADKIN COUNTY: 












Pleasant Hill 
Pleasant Grove 


Hamptonville 
Yadkinville 


112.00 
82.00 


30.00 


24.00 




166.00 
82.00 



DISTRICT 3, GROUP 1 



CABARRUS COUNTY: 



First 


Concord 




48.00 


63.00 


111.00 


Youth 






15.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 
$126.00 


First 


Kannapolis 


111.55 


180.00 


105.00 220.55 


617.10 


Young Adult 




29.00 




60.00 100.00 


189.00 


Youth 




29.00 




60.00 100.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


189.00 
$995.10 


Oak Grove 


Harrisburg 


12.00 




125.00 


137.00 


Young Adult 








25.55 
GRAND TOTAL 


25.55 
$162.55 


Rose Hill 


Kannapolis 


99.00 




60.00 


159.00 


Youth 




39.00 




40.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


79.00 
$238.00 


CLEVELAND COUNTY: 










Antioch 


Shelby 






75.00 


75.00 


Ebenezer 


Kings Mountain 


120.00 


75.00 


2.00 


197.00 


Edwards Chapel 


Lawndale 




36.00 


10.00 


46.00 


Eskridge Grove 


Shelby 




147.00 


133.00 


280.00 


Young Adult 








133.00 


133.00 


Youth 








60.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


60.00 
$473.00 


Green Bethel 


Boiling Springs 


102.00 


25.00 


50.00 185.00 


362.00 


Hopewell 


Shelby 






108.00 


108.00 



108 


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Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals ' 


Hoppers Chapel 


Shelby 






100.00 


100.00 


Lawndale First 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Lawndale 


94.00 
30.00 
20.00 


172.50 


37.50 37.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


341.50 

30.00 

20.00 

$391.50 


Light Oak 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Shelby 


2.00 


10.00 


50.00 25.00 
15.00 
10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


87.00 
15.00 1 
10.00 




$112.00 


Long Branch 


Grover 






50.00 


50.00 


Macedonia 


Shelby 






50.00 80.79 


130.79 


Maple Springs 


Shelby 






9.60 


9.60 


Mount Calvary 


Shelby 


8.00 


13.50 


508.80 


530.30 


Mount Olive 
Young Adult 


Kings Mountain 




125.00 


50.00 150.00 

2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


325.00 

2.00 

$327.00 


Mount Zion 


King Mountain 






50.00 25.00 


75.00 


New Ellis Chapel 


Shelby 




36.00 




36.00 


Old Ellis Chapel 


Grover 


16.00 


16.00 




32.00 ! 


Palmer Grover 
Young Adult 


Lawndale 


25.00 


52.50 
40.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


77.50' 

40.00 

$117.50 


Saint Peters 


Grover 






105.00 50.00 


155.00 


Shady Grove 


Kings Mountain 




9.60 




9.60, 


Shiloh 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Shelby 


106.18 
29.00 
29.00 


149.00 
12.00 


125.00 250.00 
50.00 80.00 
25.00 70.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


630.18 

171.00 

124.00 

$925.18:' 


Shoal Creek 
Young Adult 


Shelby 


37.75 
41.00 


31.25 


34.50 34.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


138.00 

41.00 

$179.00 i 


Washington 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Shelby 


170.39 
31.09 
41.09 


5.00 
2.50 
2.50 


50.00 750.00 
527.50 
490.50 


975.39 
561.09, 
534.09 










GRAND TOTAL 


$2,070.57 


GASTON COUNTY: 








I 


Center 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Cramerton 


75.00 




150.00 

55.00 

45.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


225.0C 1 

55.0C 

45.0C 

$325.0C 


Center 


Gastonia 






75.00 


75. 0C 


Emmanuel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gastonia 


174.00 
29.00 
29.00 


150.00 


175.00 


499. 0C 
29.0C 
29.0C 










GRAND TOTAL 


$557.0( 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 109 


Drganization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


r ancy Hill 
/oung Adult 
Youth 


Dallas 




369.14 
20.00 


347.18 

5.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


716.32 

25.00 

5.00 

$746.32 


-irst 
Youth 


Dallas 




54.00 


150.00 

25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


204.00 

25.00 

$229.00 


friendship 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gastonia 


174.00 

29.00 

229.00 


230.00 
40.00 
30.00 


70.00 265.00 
30.00 107.50 
25.00 102.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


739.00 

206.50 

386.50 

$1,332.00 


3old Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Stanley 


103.45 
7.00 
5.00 


167.50 
4.50 
8.00 


90.25 27.00 
14.50 12.50 
14.00 12.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


388.20 

38.50 

39.50 

$466.20 


Greater Mt. Zion 
Young Adult 


Gastonia 


75.00 




110.00 
15.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


185.00 

15.00 

$200.00 


_ovely Hill 


Gastonia 


25.00 






25.00 


Macedonia 


Mt. Holly 




54.00 




54.00 


Mount Calvary 


Lowell 


150.00 


83.00 


88.20 91.20 


412.40 


Mount Hebron 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gastonia 


426.00 

119.00 

74.00 




50.00 305.00 
50.00 130.00 
25.00 70.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


781.00 

299.00 

169.00 

$1,249.00 


Mount Pisgah 


Gastonia 






150.00 2.00 


152.00 


Mount Pleasant 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Belmont 


256.09 
31.09 
31.09 


27.00 


25.00 480.00 
15.00 105.00 
15.00 80.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


788.09 

151.09 

126.09 

$1,065.27 


Mount Pleasant 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Bessemer City 




150.00 


50.00 25.00 
20.00 
20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


225.00 

20.00 

20.00 

$265.00 


Mount Sinai 


Mt. Holly 






75.00 


75.00 


New Canaan 
Tabernacle 


Gastonia 


33.00 




35.00 20.00 


88.00 


New Providence 
Young Adult 


Mt. Holly 


50.00 
25.00 




45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


95.00 

25.00 

$120.00 


Saint James 


Bessemer City 






125.00 2.00 


127.00 


Saint John's 


Gastonia 




36.00 




36.00 


Saint Paul 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gastonia 


324.00 
29.00 
29.00 


185.00 
20.00 
25.00 


245.00 
65.00 
100.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


754.00 

114.00 

154.00 

$1,022.00 



110 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Saint Peter 


Gastonia 








75.00 


75.0( 


Springfield Memorial 


Stanley 


176.09 


5.70 




135.00 


316.7< 


Tabernacle 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gastonia 




100.00 
65.00 
60.00 




67.00 
10.00 


167.0( 
75.0( 
60. 0( 










GRAND TOTAL 


$302.0( 


Zion Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Cherryville 


10.00 

10.00 

5.00 








10.0( 

10.0( 

5.0( 










GRAND TOTAL 


$25.0 



LINCOLN COUNTY: 

Moores Chapel Lincolnton 

Mount Vernon Iron Station 

Providence Lincolnton 

Young Adult 

Youth 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY: 

Antioch Charlotte 

Young Adult 

Youth 

Corinthian 
Ebenezer 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Charlotte 
Charlotte 



Faith Memorial 
Young Adult 
Youth 



First (West) 
Young Adult 
Youth 



First Mayfield 

First Mount Calvary 
Young Adult 
Youth 



First Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Charlotte 



Charlotte 



Charlotte 
Charlotte 



Charlotte 



50.00 



34.00 



176.00 


60.00 


75.00 


104.00 




15.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


172.36 


1.00 


200.00 408.51 


29.00 




75.00 125.00 


79.00 


36.00 


75.00 92.62 
GRAND TOTAL 


297.18 


5.00 


234.00 1,049.50 


10.00 






16.27 




65.00 50.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


173.18 


50.00 


25.00 18.00 


29.00 




25.00 


54.00 




15.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


147.27 


100.00 


85.00 525.00 


65.09 


12.50 


12.50 262.50 


43.59 


12.50 


12.50 262.50 
GRAND TOTAL 
42.00 


151.09 




18.00 39.00 


29.00 






31.09 




GRAND TOTAL 


174.00 


125.00 


150.00 255.00 


29.00 


20.00 


30.00 25.00 


29.00 


15.00 


20.00 25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 



Friendship 



Charlotte 



366.54 



150.00 



125.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 111 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Young Adult 
Youth 




31.09 
31.09 


62.50 
62.50 


75.00 64.50 
75.00 64.50 


233.09 
233.09 










GRAND TOTAL $1,107.72 


Gethsemane 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


3.00 
7.00 




14.00 

4.00 

2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


17.00 

4.00 

9.00 

$ 30.00 


Gethsemane 


Davidson 


50.00 




81.00 


131.00 


Greater Providence 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


195.50 
45.00 
30.00 




9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


204.50 

54.00 

39.00 

$297.50 


Greater Mount Sinai 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


259.54 
45.27 
38.18 


197.50 

10.00 

5.00 


203.75 82.00 
10.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


742.79 

65.27 

48.18 

$856.24 


Macedonia 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


147.00 
29.00 
29.00 




25.00 2.00 

12.50 

12.50 

GRAND TOTAL 


174.00 

41.50 

41.50 

$257.00 


Mallard Creek 


Charlotte 






27.00 


27.00 


Mayfield Memorial 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


478.09 

31.09 

181.09 


151.20 


25.00 53.00 
15.00 15.00 
10.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


707.29 

61.09 

201.09 

$969.47 


Morning Star 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 




20.00 
20.00 
20.00 


10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


30.00 

30.00 

30.00 

$ 90.00 


Mount Carmel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 






500.00 
250.00 
250.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


500.00 

250.00 

250.00 

$1,000.00 


Mount Moriah 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Matthews 


60.00 
29.00 
29.00 


200.00 


30.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


290.00 

29.00 

29.00 

$348.00 


Mount Olive 
Youth 


Huntersville 


50.00 


32.00 


44.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


94.00 

32.00 

$126.00 


Mount Sinai Young 

Adult 

Youth 


Charlotte 






25.00 

25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


25.00 

25.00 
$50.00 


Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


149.0 

29.00 

154.00 




38.75 8.00 
10.00 15.00 
10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


195.75 

54.00 

164.00 

$413.75 



112 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Nazareth Primitive 


Charlotte 






37.00 


37.00 


New Galilee Youth 


Charlotte 


10.00 






10.00 


New Hope 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


149.00 
29.00 
29.00 


263.00 
10.00 

10.00 


324.00 150.20 
50.00 87.50 
50.00 97.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


886.20 

176.50 

186.50 

$1,249.20 


New Pleasant Hill 
Young Adult 


Charlotte 


182.00 


75.00 


52.00 
10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


309.00 

10.00 

$319.00 


New Saint John 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


99.00 
29.00 
29.00 




12.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


111.00 

29.00 

29.00 

$169.00 


New Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


505.00 

64.00 

364.00 


175.00 
35.00 
35.00 


195.00 170.00 
60.00 47.00 
55.00 57.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1,045.00 

206.00 

511.00 

$1,762.00 


Pleasant Hill 


Charlotte 






5.00 


5.00 


Progressive 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 






25.00 
15.00 
10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


25.00 

15.00 

10.00 

$50.00 


Red Branch 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


84.00 
4.00 
2.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


84.00 

4.00 

2.00 

$90.00 


Reeder's Memorial 
Young Adult 


Charlotte 




66.25 


189.00 61.00 
25.00 
22.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


316.25 

25.00 

22.00 

$363.25 


Saint Luke 
Young Adult 
Yout 


Charlotte 


265.00 
20.00 

10.00 


18.40 


115.00 50.00 
15.00 25.00 
10.00 105.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


430.00 

60.00 

143.40 

$633.40 


Saint Mark 
Saint Paul 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 
Charlotte 


50.00 
801.88 
100.09 

31.09 


450.00 
25.00 


17.00 33.00 
100.00 824.00 
100.00 180.00 

50.00 245.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


100.00 

2,175.88 

405.09 

326.00 

$2,907.06 


Saint Paul Community 
Young Adult 


Charlotte 


50.00 
3.00 




153.00 40.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


243.00 

3.00 

$246.00 


Saint Phillip 


Huntersville 


20.00 






20.00 


Salem 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Charlotte 


94.80 
35.00 


75.00 


137.00 151.00 
16.50 63.00 
16.50 63.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


457.80 

79.50 

114.50 

$651.80 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 113 



Irganization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


econd Calvary 
oung Adult 
outh 


Charlotte 


359.53 
31.09 
56.09 


100.00 


1,152.00 
100.00 
250.00 


1,611.53 
131.09 
306.09 










GRAND TOTAL $2,048.71 


hiloh 


Charlotte 






50.00 2.00 


52.00 


hiloh Institutional 
oung Adult 
outh 


Charlotte 


50.00 


50.00 
25.00 
25.00 


50.00 300.00 
25.00 100.00 
25.00 100.00 


450.00 
150.00 
150.00 










GRAND TOTAL $750.00 


ilver Mount 
oung Adult 
outh 


Pineville 


428.63 
77.36 
77.36 


49.20 
10.00 
10.00 


13.20 30.00 
10.00 
10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


521.03 

97.36 

97.36 

$715.75 


abernacle 
oung Adult 
'outh 


Charlotte 


225.54 
20.00 
20.00 


20.00 
10.00 
10.00 


45.00 81.82 
20.00 25.00 
15.00 25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


372.36 

75.00 

70.00 

$517.36 


emple Chapel 
oung Adult 
'outh 


Charlotte 


198.00 
29.00 
29.00 




12.00 4.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


214.00 

29.00 

29.00 

$272.00 


rinity 


Charlotte 






8.00 


8.00 


Jniversity Park 
'oung Adult 
'outh 


Charlotte 


105.00 
29.00 
29.00 


125.00 


99.65 
GRAND TOTAL 


329.65 

29.00 

29.00 

$387.65 


Vhite Rock 


Charlotte 


25.00 






25.00 


tUTHERFORD COUNTY: 










riendship 


Ellenboro 






21.00 


21.00 


Sold Hill 


Rutherfordton 


183.00 


30.00 


190.00 296.00 


699.00 


laynes Grove 


Cliffside 






9.60 9.60 


19.20 


Jew Zion 


Henrietta 






50.00 18.75 


68.75 


>aint John 


Lake Lure 




36.00 




36.00 


Vebb First 
'oung Adult 
'outh 


Ellenboro 


3.00 




55.00 66.00 
25.00 
25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


124.00 

25.00 

25.00 

$174.00 



DISTRICT 3, GROUP 2 



)AVIDSON COUNTY: 

irown New Calvary Thomasville 
irst Baptist Southmont 

: irst Baptist Thomasville 

•Jew Smith Grove Lexington 

^Jew Zion Lexington 



37.50 



96.00 




96.00 


84.00 


18.00 


102.00 
37.50 




4.00 


4.00 




4.00 


4.00 



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Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Tota 


Union Baptist 
Young Adult 


Lexington 


100.00 
29.00 


2.00 


50.00 75.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


227.(' 
29.( 

$256. ( 


DAVIE COUNTY: 












Cedar Creek 


Mocksville 






14.40 14.40 


28.1 


Cedar Grove 


Mocksville 






12.00 


12.( 


New Bethel 


Mocksville 


10.00 


13.65 


155.00 


178.( 


New Shepherd 


Cooleemee 




25.00 


25.00 


50.( 


IREDELL COUNTY: 










Chestnut Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Statesville 


47.50 

10.00 

5.00 


6.25 
6.25 
6.25 


27.75 379.75 
9.00 8.00 
7.00 8.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


461.1 

33.1 

26.1 

$520. ' 


Clarks Chapel 


Statesville 






75.00 


75.( 


Davidsonville 
Youth 


Statesville 


84.60 
100.00 


14.60 


49.40 185.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


333.< 

100.( 

$433.1 


First Baptist 


Harmony 


18.75 


18.75 


18.75 75.00 


131.1 


First Baptist 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Statesville 


100.00 
5.00 
5.00 


10.00 
5.00 
7.00 


99.00 528.00 

5.00 185.00 

5.00 185.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


737.1 

200.1 

202.1 

$1139j 


Jerusalem 


Mooresville 


72.00 




24.00 


96.1 


Mount Nebo 


Harmony 




60.00 


290.00 


350.1 


Saint James First 


Troutman 






100.00 


100.1 


Saint John 


Statesville 


35.85 




45.00 217.00 


297.; 


Saint Peters 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Statesville 


42.93 




90.00 

5.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


132.' 

5.i 

5.i 

$142: 


ROWAN COUNTY: 










Fairview Heights 


Salisbury 


99.00 




4.00 


103.i 


First Calvary 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Salisbury 


104.09 
29.00 
29.00 


355.00 
30.00 
30.00 


400.00 106.00 
145.00 40.00 
135.00 30.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


965.1, 

244J. 
244.1 

$1453. 


Henderson Grove 


Salisbury 




15.00 


10.00 


25. 


Knox Grove 


Cleveland 






50.00 


50 J 


Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Salisbury 


40.00 
15.00 
10.00 


10.00 

10.00 

5.00 


35.40 54.00 

10.00 10.00 

5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


139. 

45. 
25. 




$209. 


Shady Grove 
Young Adult 


East Spencer 


99.00 
29.00 




15.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


114.1 
39.' 




$153.i 

i 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 115 



Organization 

Shady Grove 



Location 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



Salisbury 7.00 

DISTRICT 4, GROUP 1 
FORSYTH COUNTY: 

Bethlehem Winston-Salem 

Dreamland Park Winston-Salem 18.00 

Young Adult 

Youth 



Emmanuel 
Young Adult 
Youth 

First 

Young Adult 
Youth 

Friendship 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Galilee 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Mars Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Morning Star 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Mount Carmel 

Mount Olive 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Mount Pleasant 

Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Bethel 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Piney Grove 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



Winston-Salem 



161.09 200.00 

29.00 10.00 

29.00 43.40 

300.27 100.00 

29.00 50.00 

29.00 50.00 



730.09 
30.00 
40.00 



3.00 



12.00 



211.45 
29.00 
29.00 

75.00 

17.09 
2.09 
2.09 

56.00 
445.45 



404.63 
70.00 
29.00 



191.00 
6.00 
5.00 



48.00 

17.00 125.00 

50.00 
25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

165.00 278.00 
15.00 150.00 

15.00 100.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

640.00 1074.00 
10.00 175.00 
10.00 175.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

35.00 154.00 

10.00 34.50 

10.00 34.50 

GRAND TOTAL 

100.00 320.00 

100.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

15.00 5.00 

5.00 5.00 

5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



105.00 



500.00 

250.00 

250.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

75.00 100.00 

62.00 

25.00 

15.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

100.00 

55.00 315.00 1206.70 

70.00 100.00 

20.00 50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

102.00 650.00 552.00 

45.00 125.00 

25.00 50.00 100.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



Totals 

7.00 



48.00 

160.00 

50.00 

25.00 

$235.00 

804.09 

204.00 

187.40 

$1195.49 

2114.27 

264.00 

264.00 

$2642.27 

1110.09 

80.50 

89.50 

$1280.09 

423.00 

100.00 

5.00 

$528.00 

32.00 

10.00 

10.00 

$52.00 

816.45 
279.00 
279.00 



54.00 



50.00 



$1374.45 
250.00 

79.09 

27.09 

17.09 

$123.27 

156.00 

2022.15 

170.00 

70.00 

$2262.15 

1708.63 

240.00 

240.00 

$2152.63 

104.00 



116 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Prince Of Peace 


Winston-Salem 






20.00 


20.00 


Providence 


Kernersville 






205.00 131.28 


336.28 


Providence 


Winston-Salem 


39.00 






39.00 


Red Bank 


Winston-Salem 


10.00 




200.00 


210.00 


Saint Stephens 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 




75.00 


100.00 640.00 
50.00 210.00 
25.00 195.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


815.00 

260.00 

220.00 

$1295.00 


Second Calvary 
Young Adult 


Winston-Salem 






150.00 


150.00 


Second New Bethel 


Winston-Salem 






30.00 


30.00 


Shiloh 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 


987.45 
56.09 
58.18 


320.00 
50.00 
52.00 


100.00 1205.00 

25.00 275.00 

125.00 275.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


2612.45 

406.09 

410.18 

$3428.72 


Union 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 


98.00 
29.00 
29.00 


125.00 
2.50 
2.50 


40.00 514.00 

20.00 90.00 

20.00 50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


777.00 

141.50 

101.50 

$1020.00 


Union Chapel 


Winston-Salem 


3.00 






3.00 


United Metropolitan 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 


151.18 
31.09 
31.09 




45.00 1400.00 

700.00 

350.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


1596.18 

731.09 

381.09 

$2708.36 


Waughtown 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 


51.00 




35.00 77.00 

15.00 42.00 

5.00 37.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


163.00 

57.00 

42.00 

$262.00 


Zion Hill 
Young Adult 


Winston-Salem 


277.50 
50.00 


125.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


402.50 

50.00 

$452.50 


Zion Memorial 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Winston-Salem 


124.18 
44.00 
29.00 


175.00 
25.00 
10.00 


80.00 153.00 
55.00 
35.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


532.18 

124.00 

74.00 

$730.18 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY: 










Beulah 
Young Adult 


Madison 


95.00 
15.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


95.00 

15.00 

$110.00 


Bold Springs 


Ruffin 


25.00 




25.00 40.00 


90.00 


Elm Grove 


Reidsville 


75.00 






75.00 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Reidsville 


30.00 


160.00 
40.00 
25.00 


75.00 343.00 

125.00 

215.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


578.00 

195.00 

240.00 

$1013.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 117 



Organization 

Morning Star 

Mount Herman 

Mount Sinai 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Saint Paul 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Rocky Ridge 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Shiloh 

Springfield 
Youth 



Trinity 

West End 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Zion 

Young Adult 
Youth 



Location 

Reidsville 

Ruffin 

Eden 



Eden 



Reidsville 



Reidsville 
Eden 

Reidsville 
Reidsville 



Reidsville 



Amount By Quarters 



STOKES COUNTY: 

Pine Hall Pine Hall 



1st 



182.91 

298.36 

63.18 

163.99 



10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



150.15 
29.00 
29.00 

143.36 
58.18 
51.09 



2nd 



15.00 
10.00 
26.00 

125.00 
23.00 



31.00 15.00 



35.00 
25.00 
20.00 



25.00 
15.00 
10.00 



Totals 

25.00 
197.91 

387.36 

103.18 

484.99 

$975.53 

265.00 

10.00 

33.00 

$308.00 

73.00 

20.00 

2.00 

$95.00 

66.00 

94.00 

10.00 

$104.00 

25.00 

150.15 

29.00 

29.00 

GRAND TOTAL $208.15 



3rd 4th 

25.00 
15.00 

49.00 
15.00 
285.00 
GRAND TOTAL 

130.00 
5.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 

23.00 50.00 

20.00 

2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
20.00 

40.00 54.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
25.00 



95.00 35.00 

25.00 25.00 

20.00 20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



60.00 



308.36 

133.18 

111.09 

$552.63 



60.00 



Rising Star Walnut Cove 


6.00 






120.00 


126.00 


Young Aduit 


36.00 






22.50 


58.50 


Youth 


36.00 






22.50 


58.50 








GRAND TOTAL 


$243.00 


SURRY COUNTY: 












Ararat Mount Airy 


30.00 


5.00 




9.00 


44.00 


Zion Mount Airy 








4.00 


4.00 


DISTRICT 4, GROUP 2 








ALAMANCE COUNTY: 












First Burlington 


143.40 


47.30 


25.00 


68.00 


283.70 


Young Adult 


43.39 


47.40 


26.00 


34.00 


150.79 


Youth 


243.39 


20.55 


19.00 


22.00 


304.94 








GRAND TOTAL 


$739.43 


First Graham 


170.00 








170.00 



118 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 

Martins Chapel 

Jeffries Cross 
First 

Miles 

Young Adult 
Youth 

Mt. Moriah 

Sweet Gum Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Location 

Mebane 



Burlington 
Mebane 



Mebane 



Mebane 



Mebane 



GUILFORD COUNTY: 

Calvary High Point 

Young Adult 



Foster Grove 

Friendship 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Gethsemane 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Locust Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 



East White Oak 

Ebenzer 

Emmanuel 

Fair Grove 

First United 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Jamestown 



Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Summerfield 
High Point 



1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


49.67 


8.65 


17.22 


13.04 


88.58 






30.00 
48.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


30.00 
48.00 




$48.00 




24.75 

2.00 

12.00 


75.00 




99.75 

2.00 

12.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$113.75 






9.60 


60.00 


69.60 




16.55 




7.20 
2.00 
5.00 


7.20 

2.00 

21.55 






GRAND TOTAL 


$30.75 



99.00 
29.00 

42.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



High Point 






225.00 

50.00 

25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


Greensboro 


40.00 


20.00 


30.00 36.00 




40.00 


15.00 


20.00 24.00 




20.00 


15.00 


20.00 4.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


Brown Summitt 


25.00 


25.00 


35.00 35.00 




15.00 


15.00 


25.00 25.00 




10.00 


10.00 


15.00 15.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


Greensboro 






75.00 



120.00 



4.00 



16.00 



103.18 
37.36 



18.50 


121.68 


12.50 


12.50 




37.36 



GRAND TOTAL 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 1 19 



Organization 

Mt. Vernon 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Location 

High Point 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



327.09 334.00 

39.00 10.00 

289.00 10.00 



25.00 204.00 

25.00 5.00 

25.00 5.00 



Totals 

890.09 

79.00 

329.00 











GRAND TOTAL 


$1298.09 


GUILFORD COUNTY: 










New Calvary 


Greensboro 


2.00 






2.00 


New Zion 


Greensboro 


215.63 


122.00 


6.00 


343.63 


Young Adult 




29.00 


15.00 


6.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


50.00 
$393.63 


Providence 


Greensboro 


389.45 


155.00 


80.00 92.00 


716.45 


Young Adult 




69.91 


25.00 


35.00 35.00 


164.91 


Youth 




56.27 


20.00 


20.00 30.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


126.27 
$1007.63 


St. John 


Climax 


50.00 






50.00 


St. Paul 


Greensboro 


36.00 






36.00 


Shiloh 


Greensboro 


136.00 


65.00 


42.00 15.00 


258.00 


Young Adult 




29.00 


20.00 


12.00 10.00 


71.00 


Youth 




29.00 


10.00 


12.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


61.00 
$390.00 


White Oak 


Greensboro 






14.00 


14.00 


RANDOLPH COUNTY: 










Edwprds Grove 


Liberty 


45.00 


21.80 


16.00 29.20 


112.00 


Young Adult 




15.00 


1.70 


4.00 9.60 


30.30 


Youth 




10.00 


1.70 


2.00 8.60 
GRAND TOTAL 


22.30 
$164.60 


Greater St. John 


Asheboro 


75.00 






75.00 


Harshaw Grove 


Randleman 


86.09 


64.00 


18.00 15.00 


183.09 


Young Adult 




162.05 


14.00 


8.00 18.00 


202.05 


Youth 




9.00 


35.00 


4.00 5.00 


53.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



Liberty Grove 
Oakland 



Trinity 
Ramseur 



25.00 



120.00 



$438.14 
25.00 

120.00 



Oak Grove 
Youth 



Liberty 15.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
DISTRICT 4, GROUP 3 
CASWELL COUNTY: 

Bluestone Pelham 900.00 24.00 110.00 

Ebenezer Providence 335.00 



15.00 

5.00 

$20.00 



1034.00 
335.00 



120 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 

First 

Young Adult 
Youth 

Mineral Springs 

Old Mount Zion 

Red Hill 

River Zion 

Saint James 

Sassafras Grove 

Shady Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Location 

Yanceyville 



Pelham 

Leasburg 

Pelham 

Blanch 

Leasburg 

Yanceyville 

Pelham 



Amount By Quarters 



1st 



ORANGE COUNTY: 



Barbee's Chapel 

Cains Chapel 

First 

Young Adult 
Youth 

Lee's Chapel 

Mount Bright 
(Young Adult) 

Mount Zion 
Young Adult 



Chapel Hill 
Hillsborough 
Chapel Hill 



Cedar Grove 
Hillsborough 

Chapel Hill 



Orange Cross Road Hillsborough 

Second Chapel Hill 

Terrell's Creek Chapel Hill 

PERSON COUNTY: 

Cedar Grove Roxboro 

Young Adult 



Cleggs Chapel 

First 

Lattisville Grove 
Young Adult 

Lawson Chapel 
Mill Hill 
New Hope 
New St. James 



Roxboro 
Roxboro 
Hurdle Mills 



Roxboro 
Roxboro 
Person County 
Timberlake 



36.00 



7.00 



45.00 
50.00 

237.00 
100.00 

2.00 

139.50 

9.00 
5.00 

30.00 

2.00 
2.00 



2nd 

78.00 
3.00 
3.00 



3rd 



90.00 



100.00 

30.00 

352.18 158.00 
44.00 15.00 
39.00 10.00 



5.00 

12.00 

2.00 

20.00 

9.00 
5.00 

2.00 



4th 

32.00 



GRAND TOTAL 
80.00 
28.75 
10.00 
45.60 
20.00 
20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

60.00 



125.00 56.00 

25.00 25.00 

25.00 25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



7.00 12.00 



55.00 
100.00 



19.00 
18.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
30.00 



100.00 181.00 
27.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

2.00 10.00 

40.25 50.25 

4.00 25.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
177.00 

5.00 



Totals 

110.00 

3.00 

3.00 

$116.00 

80.00 

28.75 

46.00 

45.60 

20.00 

20.00 

110.00 

20.00 

10.00 

$140.00 



160. 

30. 

691 

109. 

99 

$899 

81. 

100 

19 

18 

$37 
30. 
50 
50 



00 
00 

18 
00 
00 
18 
00 
00 

00 
00 
.00 
00 
00 
00 



4.00 10.00 



57.10 



530.00 

127.00 

$657.00 

16.00 

250.00 

47.00 

15.00 

$62.00 

329.00 

5.00 

2.00 

73.10 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 121 



rganization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


lady Hill 


Roxboro 


103.00 


11.00 2.00 100.00 


216.00 


nion Grove 


Hurdle Mills 


10.00 


95.00 6.00 


111.00 



DISTRICT 5, GROUP 1 



NSON COUNTY: 



Denezer 


Wadesboro 




10.00 


10.00 10.00 


30.00 


oung Adult 




10.000 


10.00 


10.00 10.00 


30.00 


outh 






5.00 


5.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 
$75.00 


ist Rock Ford 


Wadesboro 




75.60 


10.00 


85.60 


outh 






10.00 


10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


28.00 
$113.60 


rst Baptist 


Ansonville 






33.00 


33.00 


rst Baptist 


Wadesboro 


103.09 




30.00 70.00 


203.09 


at Rock 


Wadesboro 




10.00 


35.00 


45.00 


oung Adult 






10.00 




10.00 


outh 






5.00 


10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 
$70.00 


eltonville 


Peachland 






42.00 18.00 


60.00 


oung Adult 








10.00 


10.00 


outh 








5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$75.00 


ew Zion 


Peachland 


115.00 


4.00 


14.00 12.00 


145.00 


oung Adult 




30.00 


4.00 


2.50 10.00 


46.50 


outh 






2.00 


2.50 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


9.50 
$201.00 


arson Grove 


Wadesboro 






82.75 18.75 


101.50 


oung Adult 








6.00 


6.00 


outh 








4.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


4.00 
$111.50 


easant Hill 


Ansonville 




36.00 




36.00 


oplar Hill 


Wadesboro 


28.00 




34.00 


62.00 


amah Grove 


McFarlan 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 


24.00 


andy Ridge 


Mowen 


45.00 






45.00 


oung Adult 




25.00 






25.00 


outh 




20.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


20.00 
$90.00 


/est Deep Creek 


Wadesboro 


99.00 




18.00 10.00 


127.00 


oung Adult 




29.00 




10.00 


39.00 


outh 




29.00 




5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


34.00 
$200.00 


Jest Rocky Ford 


Wadesboro 


25.20 


25.20 


70.20 25.20 


145.80 


oung Adult 




5.00 


5.00 


25.00 5.00 


40.00 


outh 




5.00 


5.00 


17.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


32.00 
$217.80 



122 


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Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Total 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY: 










Covington Baptist 
Youth 


Troy 


99.00 
125.00 


45.00 


42.00 

25.00 25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


186.0 

175.0 

$361.0 


Mount Moriah 


Biscoe 






16.00 


16.0 


MOORE COUNTY: 










Bethlehem 


Robbins 


11.20 




11.20 


22.4 


Faith 


Southern Pines 


8.00 


8.00 


24.00 10.00 


50. C 


First 


Southern Pines 


1.50 




36.00 


37.5 


Galilee 


Pinehurst 


9:00 






9.0 


New Bensalem 
Youth 


High Falls 


30.00 


25.00 


30.00 64.00 

17.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


149.0' 
17.0 




$166.0 


Saint John 


Southern Pines 






9.60 


9.6 


RICHMOND COUNTY: 










Friendship 
Youth 


Hamlet 


47.93 




.80 1.60 

.80 2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


50.3 
2.8 




$53.1 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Hamlet 


150.00 


72.00 


30.00 85.00 
7.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


187.0 

7.0 

150.0 




$344.0 


Holly Grove 


Rockingham 




75.00 




75.0 


Marston First 


Marston 




9.60 




9.6 


New Hope 
Youth 


Hamlet 


50.00 




10.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


60.0 
5.0 




$65.0 


Poplar Springs 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Rockingham 


33.00 
33.00 
33.00 




87.00 

10.00 

8.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


120.01 
43.0 
41.0 

$204.0 


Providence 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Rockingham 


189.00 
15.00 
15.00 




2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


191.0 

15.0 | 
15.0 
$221.0 


Saint Stephen 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Rockingham 


34.00 
20.00 
15.00 


49.00 
20.00 
20.00 


24.00 

10.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


107.0 
50. | 

45.C 




$202.C 


Union 


Hamlet 






11.20 


11.2 


SCOTLAND COUNTY: 










Bethlehem 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 


240.29 


18.75 


75.00 49.00 

10.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


393.C 
10.C 

5.C 




$398. C 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 123 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Bright Hopewell 


Laurinburg 


25.20 






25.20 


First Baptist 
Carolina Park 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 


110.00 




4.20 15.00 

10.00 

5.65 

GRAND TOTAL 


129.20 

10.00 
5.65 

$144.85 


Jones Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 


340.04 

31.09 

179.00 




75.00 52.00 
25.00 
25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


467.04 

56.09 

204.00 

$727.13 


Laurel Hill First 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurel Hill 


132.00 
198.00 


16.00 


32.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


148.00 

32.00 

198.00 

$378.00 


Nashville 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 


93.59 
16.08 
15.33 




20.00 

7.50 

7.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


113.59 

23.58 

22.83 

$160.00 


Nazareth 


Wagram 


115.00 






115.00 


Oak Hill 


Wagram 






43.50 


43.50 


Reedy Creek 


Laurinburg 


110.00 






110.00 


Saint Luke 


Laurinburg 


100.00 






100.00 


Solid Rock 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 


448.39 
29.00 
29.00 




241.00 
15.00 
10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


689.39 

44.00 

39.00 

$772.39 


Spring Branch 


Wagram 






22.50 


22.50 


Union Grove 




110.00 






110.00 


Unionville 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Laurinburg 




6.00 


62.50 

10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


62.50 

6.00 

10.00 

$78.50 


STANLY COUNTY: 

First Badin 


5.00 


5.00 


25.00 125.00 


160.00 


First 


New London 






33.00 


33.00 


Galilee 
Young Adult 


Oakboro 


107.09 
5.00 


11.00 
5.00 


61.00 62.00 
15.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


241.09 

66.09 

$342.18 


Mount Zion 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Albemarle 


75.00 
29.00 
29.00 




35.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


110.00 

29.00 

29.00 

$168.00 


UNION COUNTY 

Antioch 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Monroe 


148.94 
43.09 
89.09 


65.00 
46.00 
15.00 


50.00 47.00 
45.00 92.00 
20.00 127.25 
GRAND TOTAL 


310.94 

226.09 

251.34 

$788.37 



124 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Belmont 


Monroe 


38.00 


70.00 


64.00 


172.00 


Elizabeth 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Monroe 


101.09 
31.09 
31.09 


125.00 


35.00 193.00 
17.50 60.00 
17.50 105.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


454.09 
108.59 
153.59 

$716.27 


Flint Ridge 


Marshville 






39.00 


39.00 


Friendship 


Monroe 


139.18 


10.00 


105.00 425.00 


679.18 


Young Adult 
Youth 




29.00 
29.00 


10.00 
7.00 


50.00 185.00 
20.00 115.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


274.00 
171.00 

$1124.18 


Liberty Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Waxhaw 


30.00 
15.00 
10.00 


30.00 
15.00 
10.00 


70.00 

40.00 

20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


130.00 

70.00 

40.00 

$240.00 


Flag Branch 


Monroe 






30.00 


30.00 


Mount Moriah 


Wingate 


18.75 


18.75 


37.50 18.75 


93.75 


Mount Nebo 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Waxhaw 


30.00 


104.40 


70.00 109.80 
10.00 31.50 
10.00 31.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


314.20 

41.50 

41.50 

$397.20 


Mount Pisgah 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Waxhaw 




10.00 

10.00 

5.00 


30.25 35.00 

10.00 55.00 

5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


75.25 

75.00 

15.00 

$165.25 


Nicey Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Wingate 


211.00 
31.00 
30.00 


2.00 
2.00 
1.00 


67.00 10.00 
50.00 
55.26 

GRAND TOTAL 


290.00 

83.00 

86.26 

$459.26 


Olive Branch 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Marshville 


3.20 
3.20 
3.20 


3.20 
3.20 
3.20 


9.60 3.20 
3.20 
3.20 

GRAND TOTAL 


19.20 

9.60 

9.60 

$38.40 


Piney Grove (East) 
Young Adult 


Marshville 


196.18 
37.36 




150.00 16.00 
75.00 36.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


362.18 

148.36 

$510.54 


Piney Grove 


Waxhaw 






90.00 


90.00 


Saint Davies 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Wingate 


10.00 

10.00 

5.00 




50.00 20.00 
50.00 70.00 
35.00 65.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


80.00 

130.00 

105.00 

$315.00 


Walker Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Wingate 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


5.00 
5.00 
5.00 


66.00 5.00 

5.00 

55.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


81.00 

15.00 

65.00 

$161.00 


Watts Grove 
Young Adult 


Indian Trail 






95.00 
5.00 50.00 


95.00 
55.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 125 



Organization 

Youth 



Location 



Amount Bv Quarters 
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

5.00 50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



Totals 

55.00 
$205.00 



DISTRICT 5, GROUP 2 



BLADEN COUNTY: 



-irst 


Abbotsburg 


5.00 






5.00 


3aldwin Branch 


Elizabethtown 


5.00 




15.00 


20.00 


3ryant Swamp 


Bladenboro 


203.18 


20.00 


132.00 29.00 


384.18 


Voting Adult 




12.00 


7.00 


7.00 2.00 


28.00 


Young 




8.00 


3.00 


3.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


14.00 

$426.18 


Center 


Biadenboro 


16.00 


41.00 


41.00 


98.00 


Elizabethtoun 


Elizabethtown 


41.27 






41.27 


Youth 




15.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 
$56.27 


First 


Bladenboro 


99.00 


36.00 




135.00 


Young Adult 




29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


_29;00 

$164.00 


Jerusalem 


Council 


5.00 






5.00 


Youth 




3.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


3.00 

$8.00 


Kitchen Branch 


Council 


5.00 






5.00 


New Hope 


Council 


5.00 






5.00 


Pilgrim Hill 


Clarkton 


5.00 






5.00 


Piney Grove 


Council 


12.00 






12.00 


Pleasant Hill 


Clarkton 


5.00 




54.00 


54 00 


Pleasant Union 


Riegelwood 


5.00 






5.00 


Round Branch 


Bladenboro 






41.00 


41.00 


Sand Hill 


Clarkton 


5.00 






5.00 


Sandy Plain 


Clarkton 






12.00 


12.00 


Shiloh 


Bladenboro 








3.00 


White Creek 


Lisbon 


5.00 




66.25 


71.25 


Young Adult 




5.00 






5.00 


Youth 




3.00 


6.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


9.00 
$85.25 


Wilson Chapel 


Kelly 




18.20 




18.20 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY: 

Baptist Union Hope Mills 

Beauty Spot Fayetteville 

Young Adult 

Youth 



China Grove 
Christian Light 



Fayetteville 
Stedman 



5.00 



3.00 





5.00 


2.00 


2.00 


4.00 


4.00 


6.00 


6.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


$12.00 


16.00 


16.00 


3.00 200.00 


206.00 



126 



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Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Young Adult 
Youth 




29.00 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 4.00 

1.00 1.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


35.00 

3.00 

$244.00 


Eureka Chapel 


Fayetteville 


8.00 




5.60 8.00 


21.60 


Falling Run 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


100.00 


24.00 

1.00 
1.00 


3.00 203.00 

1.00 1.00 

1.00 1.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


330.00 

3.00 

3.00 

$336.00 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


391.34 

21.00 

200.00 


246.70 
30.00 
40.00 


550.00 264.80 
265.00 216.56 
270.00 77.60 
GRAND TOTAL 


1452.84 

532.56 

587.60 

$2573.00 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Stedman 


108.00 

4.00 

104.00 


3.00 
1.00 
1.00 


19.00 209.00 
1.00 6.00 
1.00 6.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


339.00 

12.00 

112.00 

$463.00 


Flat Swamp 


Fayetteville 


5.00 


10.00 


20.00 


35.00 


Friendship 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


494.59 
46.20 
41.61 


459.50 
51.00 

30.11 


459.50 493.50 
50.00 98.76 
26.58 74.18 

GRAND TOTAL 


1907.09 

245.96 

172.18 

$2325.23 


Greater First Bapt. 
of Cedar Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


161.10 

29.00 
29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


161.10 

29.00 

29.00 

$219.10 


Gray's Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Hope Mills 


11.25 
11.25 
11.25 


11.25 
11.25 
11.25 


11.25 11.25 
11.25 11.25 
11.25 11.25 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 

45.00 

45.00 

$135.00 


Lewis Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


474.00 
78.77 
86.27 




355.00 593.00 

72.50 247.50 

35.00 183.86 

GRAND TOTAL 

GRAND TOTAL 


1422.00 

398.77 

305.23 

$2126.00 

$2126.00 


Mt. Calvary 
Mt. Carmel 


Hope Mills 
Fayetteville 




19.00 


19.00 19.00 
50.00 


57.00 
50.00 


Mount Olive 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


25.00 




49.20 11.00 
5.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


85.20 

5.00 

5.00 

$95.20 


Mount Sinai 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


701.59 
391.09 
211.09 




270.00 
125.00 
125.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


971.59 

516.09 

336.09 

$1823.77 


Savannah 
Young Adult 


Fayetteville 


162.90 
15.00 


5.00 


50.00 11.00 
10.00 10.00 


228.90 
35.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 127 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 








10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


10.00 
$273.90 


Second 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fayetteville 


109.00 
40.27 
34.00 


37.00 
34.00 
34.00 


87.00 237.00 
84.00 34.00 
84.00 34.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


470.00 

192.27 

186.00 

$848.27 


South End 


Fayetteville 


111.00 


12.00 


12.00 12.00 


147.00 


Swan's Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Hope Mills 


26.18 
7.09 
4.09 


19.00 
5.00 
2.00 


19.00 27.00 
5.00 5.00 
2.00 2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


91.18 

22.09 

10.09 

$123.36 



HOKE COUNTY: 

Buffalo Springs Raeford 

Mt. Pisgah Raeford 

Young Adult 

Youth 



Rock Hill 

Silver Grove 

Young Adult 
Youth 



Raeford 
Raeford 



ROBESON COUNTY: 

Aaron Swamp Fairmont 



19.00 



19.00 



60.00 


26.40 


70.00 


156.40 


68.35 


30.00 


30.00 


128.35 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


30.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$314.75 






4.00 


4.00 


99.00 




22.50 


121.50 


29.00 






29.00 


29.00 






29.00 



GRAND TOTAL $179.50 



4.80 19.80 



36.20 



Antioch 

Cedar Grove 

Center 

Youth 



First 

Young Adult 
Youth 

First 

Young Adult 
Youth 



Proctorville 

Saint Pauls 
Red Springs 



Fairmont 



Lumberton 



72.00 



72.00 





18.75 




18.75 






10.00 


10.00 






5.00 


5.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$15.00 


37.00 


270.00 


17.00 19.00 


343.00 


16.00 


184.00 


9.00 9.00 


218.00 


14.00 


9.00 


9.00 9.00 


41.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$602.00 


163.00 


110.00 


273.00 150.00 


696.00 


80.00 


50.00 


75.00 75.00 


280.00 


80.00 


73.67 


75.00 75.00 


303.67 



First 
Youth 

First 

Young Adult 
Youth 

First 



Orrum 



Parkton 



St. Pauls 



15.00 



4.00 



55.18 
15.00 
10.00 

3.00 



2.00 

15.00 
5.00 
3.00 

3.00 



GRAND TOTAL 

82.50 37.00 

5.00 5.00 

3.00 3.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



3.00 



3.00 



19.00 

2.00 

$21.00 

189.68 

30.00 

19.00 

$238.68 

12.00 



128 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 

Greenville 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Hilly Branch 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Holy Swamp 
Young Adult 

Jones Chapel 
Young Adult 

Laurel Hill 

Mill Branch 

Mt. Tabor 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Bethel 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Pleasant Grove 

Youth 

Rose Hill 

Sandy Grove 
Youth 



Sandy Grove 

Second New Light 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Shiloh 

Shiloh 

Young Adult 
Youth 

Star of Bethlehem 
Youth 

Thompson Chapel 



Location 

Lumberton 



Lumberton 

Lumberton 

Red Springs 

Shannon 
Fairmont 
Rowland 

Rex 

St. Pauls 

Rowland 
Lumberton 



Maxton 
St. Pauls 



Maxton 
St. Pauls 



Fairmont 



Lumberton 



1st 

43.00 
28.00 
28.00 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



1.00 



Totals 

43.00 
28.00 
29.00 







GRAND TOTAL 


S100.00 


177.18 


3.50 


57.30 


237.98 


32.00 


3.00 


3.00 


38.00 


36.18 


7.98 


3.00 


47.16 






GRAND TOTAL 


S323.14 






20.75 


20.75 






18.00 


18.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


S38.75 


103.18 




90.00 


193.18 






15.00 


15.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$208.18 




12.00 


2.50 


14.50 


18.75 


1.00 


18.75 18.75 


57.25 


55.09 


30.00 


25.00 124.00 


234.00 






5.00 


5.00 






5.00 


5.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$244.00 


16.00 




1.50 


17.50 


10.00 






10.00 


5.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 




$32.50 


12.00 


11.00 


11.00 


34.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


9.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$43.00 






4.00 


4.00 


112.59 


50.00 




162.59 




1.00 




1.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$163.59 






25.00 


25.00 


107.25 


6.25 


6.25 6.25 


126.00 


25.00 






25.00 


15.00 






15.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$166.00 


102.00 




25.00 


127.00 




2.00 


8.00 


10.00 




2.00 


2.00 


4.00 




1.00 




1.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$15.00 






50.00 


50.00 




3.00 




3.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



5.60 



$53.00 
5.60 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 129 



Organization Location 1st 2nd 

DISTRICT 6, GROUP 1 
DUPLIN COUNTY: 

Byrd Chapel Rose Hill 

First Rose Hill 

First Teachey 

New Christian Chapel Rose Hill 
Peters Tabernacle Wallace 

West Hill Street First Warsaw 
Dobson Sunday School Magnolia 
ONSLOW COUNTY: 
Belgrade First Belgrade 



Amount By Quarters 



3rd 



4th Totals 





36.00 


25.00 


25.00 


86.00 




18.75 


18.75 


18.75 
4.00 


56.25 
4.00 


1.00 






1.00 


1.00 


192.00 


8.00 


56.40 


56.40 


312.80 


105.00 




33.75 


47.00 
20.00 


185.75 
20.00 



27.00 24.75 24.75 



^2.25 



108.75 



SAMPSON COUNTY: 

Bear Skin Clinton 

Young Adult 

Brown Chapel Clinton 



Youth 




4.00 


4.00 


4.00 


4.00 


16.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$124.75 


First 


Jacksonville 


104.09 


125.00 






229.09 


Youth 




29.00 


51.00 


102.00 




182.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$411.09 


Marshall Chapel 


Jacksonville 








95.00 


95.00 


Youth 










50.00 


50.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$14^ 00 


Saint Louis 


Jacksonville 


50.00 




18.00 




68.00 


Sandy Run 


Jacksonville 


256.00 


50.00 


275.00 


140.00 


721.00 


Washington Chapel 


Jacksonville 


103.00 






50.00 


153.00 


PENDER COUNTY: 












Friendship 


Rocky Point 


114.80 




25.00 


47.00 


186.80 


Young Adult 




18.40 






10.00 


28.40 


Youth 




35.00 




26.00 


16.00 


77.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$292.20 


Lakes Chapel 


Atkinson 


45.00 


59.00 




22.50 


126.50 


Hawes Chapel 


Atkinson 




85.00 


10.00 


25.00 


120.00 


Young Adult 






5.00 


5.00 


15.00 


25.00 


Youth 






2.00 


3.00 


10.00 


15.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$160.00 


Manhollow 


Hampstead 




54.00 


20.00 




74.00 


Moore's Creek 








75.00 




75.00 


Roseville 


Willard 


8.00 


41.00 


24.50 


29.00 


102.50 


Young Adult 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


2.00 


11.00 


Youth 




4.00 


13.00 


2.00 


2.00 


21.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$134.50 


Saint John 


Maple Hill 


45.00 








45.00 



90.00 



90.00 



130 


ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Young Adult 




7.00 






7.00 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Clinton 


45.00 




50.00 77.00 

5.00 

5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


127.00 

50.00 

5.00 

$182.00 


First 


Ingold 




100.00 


50.00 


150.00 


First 
Young Adult 


Roseboro 


45.00 




45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 

45.00 

$90.00 


Keathern Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Harrells 


91.00 
15.00 
14.00 


6.00 
5.00 

4.00 


10.00 

5.00 

4.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


107.00 

25.00 

22.00 

$154.00 


Lisbon Street 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Clinton 


52.00 
48.00 
13.00 


44.00 
3.00 
3.00 


218.00 55.00 

3.00 5.00 

3.00 115.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


369.00 

59.00 

134.00 

$562.00 


Littlefield 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Newton Grove 


28.30 

48.00 

1.00 


15.00 
3.00 
1.00 


60.00 91.00 
5.00 5.00 
1.00 1.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


194.30 

61.00 

4.00 

$259.30 


Mount Pleasant 
Young Adult 


Clinton 


45.00 




45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 

45.00 

$90.00 


Olivet Institutional 
Young Adult 




45.00 






45.00 


Pilgrim Rest 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Harrells 


10.00 


20.75 
2.00 
2.00 


26.75 
GRAND TOTAL 


57.50 

2.00 

2.00 

$61.50 


Red Hill 
Young Adult 


Clinton 


30.00 




45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 

30.00 

$75.00 


Robinson Chapel 


Sampson Co. 






25.00 


25.00 


Royal Chapel 
Young Adult 


Ivanhoe 


58.75 
5.00 


53.75 


18.75 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


131.25 

10.00 

$141.25 


Snow Hill 
Young Adult 


Roseboro 


45.00 




45.00 

16.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 

16.00 

$61.00 


Union Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Autryville 


131.24 


3.00 
1.00 
8.00 


3.00 203.00 

1.00 1.00 

1.00 1.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


340.24 

3.00 

10.00 

$353.24 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 131 



Amount By Quarters 



rganization 



Location 1st 2nd 

DISTRICT 6, GROUP 2 
RUNSWICK COUNTY: 

ig Macedonia Supply 181.50 140.00 



oung Adult 
outh 



39.00 
34.00 



10.00 
5.00 



3rd 



110.84 

15.00 

6.00 



4th 



95.58 



Totals 



527.92 
64.00 
45.00 











GRAND TOTAL 


$636.92 


edar Grove 


Supply 


71.00 


346.42 


35.00 95.58 


548.00 


oung Adult 




83.45 




3.00 108.00 


194.45 


outh 




2.00 


6.00 


2.00 2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


12.00 
$754.45 


riendship 


Southport 


150.00 


150.00 


258.00 805.65 


1363.65 


oung Adult 




13.20 


18.00 


32.55 27.00 


90.75 


outh 




12.00 


19.60 


30.00 48.83 
GRAND TOTAL 


110.43 
$1564.83 


ooper Chapel 


Leland 






59.00 25.00 


84.00 


oung Adult 








10.00 


10.00 


outh 








8.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


13.00 
$107.00 


ittle Macedonia 


Supply 




115.00 


37.00 


152.00 


oung Adult 






4.00 


2.00 


6.00 


outh 






4.00 


2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


6.00 
$164.00 


ittle Prong 


Ash 


106.09 


5.00 


52.60 11.00 


174.69 


oung Adult 




36.09 


5.00 


5.00 33.00 


79.09 


outh 




66.09 


9.00 


5.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


85.09 
$338.87 


It. Zion 


Longwood 


99.00 


17.50 


143.75 50.00 


310.25 


oung Adult 




29.00 


10.00 


11.25 2.00 


52.25 


outh 




29.00 


12.00 


7.50 2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


50.50 
$413.00 


leasant Grove 


Thomosboro 


212.80 


10.00 


10.00 88.89 


321.69 


oung Adult 




34.00 


5.00 


5.00 5.00 


49.00 


outh 




31.50 


4.50 


2.50 2.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


41.00 
$411.69 


leasant Grove 


Thomasboro 




67.05 


102.21 107.68 


276.94 


!sher Board 












leasant Hill 


Shallotte 




51.27 


165.00 


216.27 


outh 






3.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


3.00 
$219.27 


leasant View 


Shallotte 


274.62 


37.50 


107.85 81.00 


500.97 


oung Adult 




70.70 


5.00 


36.00 12.00 


123.70 


outh 




44.95 


16.00 


6.00 12.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


78.95 
$703.62 


t. James 


Bolivia 


30.40 


36.40 


10.00 10.00 


86.80 


oung Adult 




14.00 


5.00 


5.00 


24.00 


outh 




12.00 


5.00 


5.00 


22.00 



GRAND TOTAL $132.80 



132 


ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


St. John 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Bolivia 


25.00 
100.00 


44.00 

5.00 

74.00 


158.16 

27.57 

GRAND TOTAL 


227. If 

5.(X 
201.57 




$433.7- 


Zion Hill 


Bolivia 




90.00 


99.60 


189.6C 


COLUMBUS COUNTY: 










Cedar Grove 


Whiteville 


1.00 


9.60 


42.00 


52.1 


Central 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Whiteville 


45.00 
32.50 
32.50 




65.00 10.00 
20.00 10.00 
20.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


120.1 
62.5( 
62.1 




$245.01 


Cherry Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Whiteville 


25.00 
12.50 
12.50 


25.00 
12.50 
12.50 


25.00 30.00 
12.50 10.00 
12.50 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


105.01' 

47.5(1 

47.51 

$200.01 


First 
Young Adult 


Chadbourn 






15.00 
10.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


15.01 
10.01 

5.01 




$30.0 


First 


Tabor 






65.00 


65.01 


First St. Paul 


Whiteville 


25.45 


42.00 




67.4: 


Friendship 


Whiteville 


75.88 


34.83 


34.65 28.88 


174.2' 


Hickory Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fair Bluff 






70.00 
65.00 
65.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


70.0 

65.0. 

65.0 

$200.0 


Horace Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Evergreen 




5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


5.00 5.00 
3.00 3.00 
2.00 2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


15.0 

9.0 

6.0 

$30.0 


Little Wheel Of Hope 
(Young Adult) 


Lake 

Waccamaw 


15.00 






15.0 



Mt. Moriah 


Chadbourn 


41.00 


4.00 


76.00 4.00 


Young Adult 




29.00 


2.00 


2.00 2.00 


Youth 




29.00 


2.00 


2.00 2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


Mt. Olive 


Whiteville 


127.00 


8.00 


30.00 26.00 


Young Adult 




34.00 


5.00 


11.00 10.00 


Youth 




31.00 


2.00 


9.00 172.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


Mt. Tabor 


Cerrie Gordo 


1.00 




75.00 13.00 


Youth 








5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


Mt. Zion 


Chadbourn 


25.00 


30.00 


135.00 40.00 


Young Adult 




15.00 


25.00 


30.00 35.00 


Youth 




10.00 


10.00 


10.00 20.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 133 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


New Light 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Hallsboro 




48.75 
10.00 
33.00 


87.50 48.75 
20.00 15.00 
10.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


185.00 

45.00 

48.00 

$278.00 


St. Baptist 


Chadbourn 




21.50 




21.50 


Sandy Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fairbluff 


35.60 


31.15 


25.61 25.61 
10.00 
6.51 
GRAND TOTAL 


102.36 

10.00 

6.51 

$118.87 


Second St. Paul 
Youth 


Hallsboro 




2.00 


6.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


6.00 

2.00 

$8.00 


Welches Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Whiteville 


64.50 
18.00 


85.50 
47.00 


22.50 37.50 

10.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


210.00 

10.00 

70.00 

$290.00 


Zion Plain 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Nakina 


10.00 
5.00 
3.00 


18.00 
4.50 
6.00 


10.00 151.65 
5.00 5.00 
2.00 2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


179.65 

19.50 

13.00 

$212.15 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY: 










Central 


Wilmington 


21.90 




45.00 29.20 


96.10 


Christian Chapel 2 


Wilmington 




18.00 




18.00 


Ebenezer 
Youth 


Wilmington 


100.00 
150.00 


210.00 


2.00 

2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


312.00 

152.00 

$464.00 


Enoch Chapel 


Wilmington 






12.00 


12.00 


Fifth Avenue 


Wilmington 


236.18 




87.50 87.50 


411.18 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Wilmington 


575.61 
32.00 
31.00 




37.50 631.11 

31.50 

31.50 

GRAND TOTAL 


1244.22 

63.50 

62.50 

$1370.22 


First Cosmopolitan 


Wilmington 


18.00 






18.00 


Macedonia 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Wilmington 


154.00 
35.00 
32.00 


76.00 
6.50 
5.00 


10.00 10.00 
6.50 6.50 
4.50 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


250.00 

54.50 

46.50 

$351.00 


Mt. Calvary 


Wilmington 


112.18 




108.00 


220.18 


Mt. Nebil 


Wilmington 


26.10 




45.00 6.00 


77.10 


New Hope 


Wilmington 




15.00 




15.00 


Pilgrim Rest 
Youth 


Wilmington 


326.09 
2.09 




GRAND TOTAL 


326.09 

2.09 

$328.18 


Shiloh 
Young Adult 


Wilmington 


99.00 


90.00 


20.00 37.00 
15.00 


246.00 
15.00 



134 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 




29.00 


4.00 


5.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


48.00 
$309.00 


Shoulders Branch 


Castle Hayne 


25.11 


50.00 


13.20 


88.31 


Union 


Wilmington 


45.00 


77.00 


45.00 145.00 


312.00 



DISTRICT 7, GROUP 1 



CHATHAM COUNTY: 



Sixth Avenue First Siler City 

HARNETT COUNTY: 

Lillington First Lillington 

White Oak Lillington 

JOHNSTON COUNTY: 

First Clayton 

Youth 

First 

First 

First 
Youth 

Galilee 

Johnston Piney Grove Clayton 

Young Adult 

Youth 

Lees Cross Road 
Young Adult 
Youth 



100.00 20.00 



50.00 



45.00 

50.00 
50.00 



70.20 



New Bethel 
Youth 



First 


Pittsboro 






15.00 


15.00 


First 


Siler City 






6.00 


6.00 


Haw River 


Chatham Co. 


21.90 






21.90 


Mount Olive 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Moncure 


15.00 


24.00 


34.00 
5.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


73.00 

5.00 

5.00 

$83.00 


Mount Zion 


Chatham Co. 




37.22 




37.22 


Roberts Chapei 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Goldston 






70.00 65.00 
5.00 16.00 
5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


135.00 

21.00 

10.00 

$161.00 









GRAND TOTAL 


$170.20 


Selma 




10.00 


97.00 


107.00 


Smithfield 






50.00 


50.00 


Smithfield 






15.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 
5.00 




$20.00 


Smithfield 




2.00 


15.00 


17.00 


Clayton 


45.00 


7.00 


7.00 187.00 


246.00 




40.00 


7.00 


7.00 32.00 


76.00 




60.00 


7.00 


7.00 408.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


482.00 




$804.00 








100.00 


100.00 








25.00 


25.00 








20.00 


20.00 








GRAND TOTAL 


$145.00 


Clayton 






49.00 


49.00 






2.00 


2.00 


2.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 135 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Saint Amanda 
Youth 


Garner 




3.26 




3.26 


Strickland Grove 


Four Oaks 




2.00 


30.00 30.00 


62.00 


Sylvia Chapel 


Smithfield 








5.00 


LEE COUNTY: 












First Calvary 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Sanford 


180.27 
31.09 

31.09 


93.00 
6.00 
6.00 


142.00 59.00 
57.00 26.00 
17.00 513.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


474.27 

120.09 

567.09 

$1161.45 


New Zion 
Youth 


Sanford 


16.00 


16.00 


16.00 52.50 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


100.50 

5.00 

$105.50 


Taylors Chapel 


Sanford 






15.00 


15.00 


WAKE COUNTY: 












Bazzel Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Fuquay Varina 


74.00 
29.00 




154.00 
50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


228.00 

50.00 

29.00 

$307.00 


Elevation 
Youth 


Raleigh 


25.00 


55.00 


12.00 
9.80 

GRAND TOTAL 


92.00 
9.80 




$101.80 


Evans Grove 


Wake Forest 


17.09 




3 00 


20.09 


Faith Missionary 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Raleigh 




297.00 


10.00 241.50 
116.00 
129.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


548.50 

116.00 

129.00 

$793.50 


First 


Apex 






59.00 


59.80 


First 
Youth 


Raleigh 


416.18 
29.00 


160.00 
10.00 


75.00 67.65 
15.00 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


718.83 
59.00 

$777.83 


First Cosmopolitan 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Raleigh 


222.45 
65.27 
39.45 


174.00 

10.00 

6.00 


68.20 457.00 

12.50 228.00 

12.50 229.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


921.65 

315.77 

286.95 

$1524.37 


Friendship 


Wake Forest 




27.00 




27.00 


Good Hope 
Youth 


Shotwell 




10.00 


33.00 2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


35.00 

10.00 

$45.00 


Good Samaritan 


Garner 






60.00 


60.00 


Halifax 


Raleigh 


8.00 


13.00 


8.00 10.00 


39.00 


Juniper Level 


Raleigh 


7.20 


7.20 


133.99 2.00 


150.39 


Ledge Rock 


Wake Co. 


10.00 




60.00 25.00 


95.00 


Malaby Cross Road 
Young Adult 


Knightdale 


105.00 
10.00 


50.00 
15.00 


50.00 120.00 
15.00 20.00 


325.00 
60.00 



136 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 









Amount By Quarters 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 




10.00 


15.00 


15.00 20.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


60.00 
$445.00 


Martin Street 


Raleigh 


104.00 


147.00 


133.00 41.00 


425.00 


Youth 






18.00 


275.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


293.00 
$718.00 


Morning Star 


Raleigh 






10.00 15.00 


25.00 


Young Adult 








5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$30.00 


Mount Pleasant 


Raleigh 


30.00 




35.00 


65.00 


Mount Zion 


Cary 






67.00 


67.00 


New Bethel 


Rolesville 




16.50 




16.50 


New Hill First 


New Hill 






75.00 


75.00 


New Hope 


Apex 


3.00 






3.00 


New Providence 


Fuquay Varina 


75.00 




10.50 4.00 


89.50 


Young Adult 








2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


2.00 
$91.50 


Oak City 


Raleigh 




100.00 




100.00 


Oberlin 


Raleigh 


119.09 


30.00 


59.00 


208.09 


Pilot 


Zebulon 


16.00 


16.00 


16.00 16.00 


64.00 


Pleasant Grove 


Wendell 


142.00 






142.00 


Youth 




100.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


100.00 
$242.00 


Riley Hill 








4.00 


4.00 


Young Adult 








45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


45.00 
$49.00 


Saint Matthews 


Raleigh 


35.09 




15.00 


50.09 


Young Adult 




33.00 




10.00 


43.00 


Youth 




133.00 




5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


138.00 
$281.09 


Shiloh 


Morrisville 


99.00 


48.00 


65.00 


212.00 


Youth 








5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$217.00 


Spring Hill 


Zebulon 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 75.00 


105.00 


Springfield 


Auburn 


99.00 






99.00 


Tupper Memorial 


Raleigh 


116.09 


565.00 


150.00 142.00 


873.09 


Wake Baptist Grove 


Garner 


59.00 




54.00 


113.00 


Young Adult 




29.00 




25.00 150.00 


204.00 


Youth 




250.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


250.00 
$567.00 


Wakefield 


Zebulon 


129.00 


25.00 


60.00 106.00 


320.00 


Young Adult 




29.00 


20.00 


30.00 15.00 


94.00 


Youth 




29.00 


15.00 


30.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


84.00 
$498.00 


Watts Chapel 


Raleigh 


30.00 


10.00 


241.00 300.73 


581.73 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 13: 









Amount By Quarters 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Young Adult 




17.50 


5.00 


4.00 17.00 


43.50 


Youth 




117.50 


12.00 


4.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


143.50 
$768.73 


White Oak 


Apex 




1.18 


302.14 


303.32 


Young Adult 








124.50 


124.50 


Youth 








41.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


41,50 
$469.32 


Woodland Chapel 


Wake Forest 






40.00 


40.00 


Zebulon First 


Zebulon 










Young Adult 








2.00 


2.00 



DISTRICT 7, GROUP 2 



DURHAM COUNTY: 



Calvary 


Durham 


2.00 


2.00 




4.00 


Cameron Grove 


Durham 


7.00 


12.00 


9.00 55.00 


83.00 


Youth 






1.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


1.00 
$84.00 


Community 


Durham 


135.04 


50.00 


125.00 


310.04 


Young Adult 




29.00 






29.00 


Youth 




129.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


129.00 

$468.04 


Ebenezer 


Durham 




46.00 


24.00 


70.00 


First Calvary 


Durham 




250.00 




250.00 


Young Adult 








50.00 


50.00 


Youth 






5.50 


20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


_25-j30 
$325.50 


Greater Saint Paul 


Durham 


550.00 


90.00 


2.00 110.00 


752.00 


Henderson Grove 


Durham 


18.20 




63.00 30.00 


111.20 


Lakeview 


Durham 


6.65 




95.00 60.00 


161.65 


Youth 






20.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


20.00 
$181.65 


Lincoln Memorial 


Durham 




45.00 


11.00 26.00 


82.00 


Youth 




232.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


232.00 
$314.00 


Markham Chapel 


Durham 




36.08 




36.08 


Morehead Avenue 


Durham 


255.00 


235.00 




490.00 


Young Audit 








45.00 


45.00 


Youth 




112.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


112.00 
$647.00 


Mount Calvary 


Durham 


12.00 


14.00 


14.00 


67.00 


Mount Gilead 


Durham 


280.78 


297.25 


358.40 251.00 


1187.43 


Young Adult 




66.96 


37.50 


45.00 25.00 


174.46 


Youth 




356.09 


36.50 


20.00 25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


437.59 

$1799.48 


Mount Level 


Durham 


32.00 


4.00 


97.00 85.00 


218.00 



138 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals j 


Young Adult 
Youth 




22.00 
11.00 


2.00 
1.00 


17.00 10.00 

6.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


51.00 1 
23.00 
$292.00 


Mount Sinai 


Durham 


8.00 




33.00 


41.00i 


Mount Vernon 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Durham 


357.50 

40.00 

115.00 


496.00 
100.00 
100.00 


357.50 505.00 
110.00 195.00 
110.00 195.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1664.00 
445.00 
520.00| 
$2629.00. 


Mount Zion 


Durham 


50.00 


100.00 


40.00 


190.00 


Mount Zoar 


Durham 


103.00 


11.00 


210.00 


324.00 


New Bethel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Durham 


127.09 

5.00 

48.09 


60.00 
5.00 
6.00 


15.00 306.00 

5.00 

5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


508.09 
15.00 i 
59.09 

$582,181 


New Red Mount 


Rougemont 


20.00 


15.00 


10.00 135.00 


180.00 


Northside 


Durham 


6.40 


6.40 


6.40 6.40 


25.60 


Orange Grove 


Durham 


111.00 


16.00 


99.17 


206.17 


Peace 


Durham 






195.35 


195.35 


Piney Grove 


Durham 


25.00 






25.00: 


Roger's Grove 


Durham 


38.00 


2.00 


2.00 25.00 


67.00 


Saint James 


Durham 


50.00 




47.00 


97.00 


Saint John 
Youth 


Durham 


300.00 




49.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


59.00 
300.00 




$359.00 


Siloam 


Rougemont 


12.00 


14.00 


12.00 12.00 


50.00 j 


Union 
Youth 

Union Baptist 
Willing Workers 


Durham 


210.00 


222.00 
107.00 


60.00 313.00 

473.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


595.00 
317.00 

473.00 




$1385.00 


West Durham 


Durham 


99.00 


234.00 


27.00 


370.00 
306.10 

31.00; 

36.00 


White Rock 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Durham 


161.10 
29.00 
29.00 


10.00 
5.00 


35.00 100.00 
2.00 
2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 




$373.10 


FRANKLIN COUNTY: 










Allen Chapel 


Louisburg 






76.00 


76.00 ; 


Bunn Chapel 


Louisburg 




63.00 




63.00 
2738.78 


First 


Franklinton 


463.00 


364.00 


525.00 1386.78 


First 


Louisburg 


8.00 


8.00 


8.00 8.00 


32.00 i 


Gethsemane 


Bunn 




123.00 




123.001 


Hawkins Chapel 
Young Adult 


Franklinton 


10.00 
5.00 


22.25 
5.00 


63.00 15.00 
10.00 


110.25 
20.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 139 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 




3.00 


10.00 


5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


18.00 

$148.25 


Haywood 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Louisburg 


5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


5.00 
3.00 
2.00 


17.00 12.00 
10.50 8.00 
7.50 5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


39.00 

24.50 

16.50 

$80.00 


Manasseh 


Franklinton 




160.00 




160.00 


Mitchell 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Louisburg 


63.55 
52.90 
50.00 


70.00 
30.00 
34.00 


105.00 96.00 
42.50 57.34 
42.50 56.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


334.55 

182.74 

183.00 

$700.29 


Mount Pleasant 


Franklinton 


20.00 






20.00 


Nelson Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Louisburg 


35.50 
7.00 


107.50 
5.00 
5.00 


32.50 47.50 
5.00 15.00 
5.00 10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


223.00 

25.00 

27.00 

$275.00 


Perry's Chapel 
Shady Grove 


Louisburg 
Franklinton 






15.00 
54.00 


15.00 
54.00 


South Main Street 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Louisburg 


119.00 
36.09 
34.00 


10.00 
2.50 
7.50 


20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

GRAND TOTAL. 


149.00 

43.59 

46.50 

$239.09 


Timberlake Grove 
Young Adult 


Louisburg 




30.00 
15.00 


24.00 
7.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


54.00 

22.00 

$76.00 


Union Grove 


Youngsville 


109.00 


48.00 




157.00 


Walnut Grove Louisburg 
GRANVILLE COUNTY: 


5.00 


5.00 




10.00 


Antioch 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Oxford 




2.00 
10.00 


27.20 12.00 

2.00 
10.00 10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


41.20 

2.00 

30.00 

$91.20 


Baptist Grove 


Bullock 




2.00 


7.20 2.00 


11.20 


Belton Creek 


Oxford 


15.00 


42.55 


126.20 15.00 


198.75 


Blue Wing 


Granville Co. 




2.00 


7.20 2.00 


11.20 


Davis Chapel 


Oxford 




2.00 


7.20 2.00 


11.20 


First 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Oxford 


151.35 


20.00 
5.00 
7.00 


86.94 355.75 
2.00 2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


614.04 

9.00 

7.00 

$630.04 


Greenfield 


Creedmoor 






45.00 


45.00 


Hardie Grove 
Young Adult 


Oxford 




2.00 


7.20 40.00 
2.00 7.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


49.20 

9.00 

$58.20 



140 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 

Huntsville 
Young Adult 

Micheal Creek 
Young Adult 

Morning Star 

Mount Vernon 

New Corinth 

New Grassy Creek 
Young Adult 



Location 

Oxford 

Oxford 



Oxford 
Creedmoor 
Oxford 
Granville Co. 



1st 

10.00 



Amount By Quarters 
3rd 4th 



2.00 
10.00 



2nd 

2.00 

2.00 



36.00 
2.00 
2.00 



7.20 2.00 

2.00 59.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

7.20 4.00 

2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 

5.20 



7.20 
7.20 











GRAND TOTAL 


$109.20 


New Hope 


Oxford 


7.00 


8.00 


17.20 5.00 


37.20 


Young Adult 




4.00 


5.00 


5.00 2.00 


16.00 


Youth 




4.00 


5.00 


5.00 2.00 


16.00 



52.00 

98.00 
2.00 
TAL 

5.00 
2.00 
2.00 

;rand total 



New Jonathan Creek 

New Light 

Oak Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Olive Grove 

Penn Avenue 

Pine Grove 

Raleigh Road 

Rock Spring 

Saint Matthews 
Young Adult 

Stovall First 

Synama Grove 

Tally Ho 

Union Chapel 

Vernon Hill 

Whetstone 
Young Adult 



Oxford 



Oxford 



Oxford 

Oxford 

Creedmoor 

Oxford 

Creedmoor 

Oxford 



Stovall 

Oxford 

Stem 

Butner 

Granville Co. 

Oxford 



18.18 
15.00 
25.00 



2.00 



5.00 



2.00 

96.00 

2.00 
5.00 

38.00 
2.00 
9.00 
2.00 



7.20 

5.20 

23.20 
7.00 
5.00 



2.00 

2.00 

7.00 

22.00 

2.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



2.00 
7.20 
7.20 
7.20 

5.20 



Totals 

21.20 
61.00 



$82.20 

13.20 
2.00 



$15.20 

5.20 

38.00 

71.20 

107.20 
2.00 



$69.20 

11.20 

7.20 

144.38 
46.00 
37.00 



25.00 
2.00 

208.99 
6.00 

100.00 

2.00 
2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 



$227.38 

65.00 

11.20 

227.19 

15.20 

105.00 

7.50 
2.00 



10.00 
2.00 
7.00 

21.00 



White Rock Granville Co. 

VANCE COUNTY: 

Ashley Grove Henderson 

Big Ruin Creek Henderson 

Young Adult 



2.00 

12.00 
2.00 
7.00 

2.00 
2.00 



25.00 50.00 

153.00 95.00 
29.00 



37.20 
2.00 



2.00 



36.00 30.00 

2.00 2.00 

7.20 52.00 

2.00 

GRAND TOTAL 

7.20 2.00 



$9.20 
41.20 
24.00 

4.00 
80.00 

4.00 

82.20 
2.00 



5.00 



6.36 



$84.20 
11.20 

80.00 

254.36 
29.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 141 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 




29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


29.00 
$312.36 


Brookston 
Youth 


Henderson 


15.00 
10.00 




45.00 7.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


67.00 

10.00 

$77.00 


Concord 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Kittrell 






20.00 
20.00 
30.75 20.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


20.00 

20.00 

50.75 

$90.75 


Dickies Grove 


Henderson 




10.00 


20.00 


10.00 


40.00 


First 


Kittrell 






10.00 




10.00 


Flat Creek 


Henderson 


126.00 


12.00 


10.00 


10.00 


158.00 


Hong 

Mount Olive 


Kittrell 
Henderson 


10.95 
9.60 


102.00 
24.50 


22.20 
26.00 


62.00 
62.00 


197.15 
70.20 


New Bethel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Henderson 


43.00 
38.00 
38.00 


80.50 

5.00 

11.00 


40.00 44.45 
5.00 5.00 
5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


207.95 

53.00 

59.00 

$319.95 


Nutbush 


Henderson 


50.00 


36.40 


7.00 


15.60 


109.00 


Phipps Chapel 


Henderson 








5.00 


5.00 


Red Bud 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Henderson 


170.59 
31.09 
31.09 


78.00 


15.00 51.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


315.09 
31.09 
31.09 

$377.27 


Saint James 
Young Adult 


Henderson 


40.00 
21.20 


40.00 
22.48 


32.72 102.48 
25.00 58.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


215.20 

126.68 

$341.88 


Saint John 


Middleburg 




20.00 






20.00 


Sandy Grove 


Henderson 






5.00 


21.00 


26.00 


Shiloh 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Henderson 


492.18 
35.27 
33.18 


380.75 

10.00 

5.00 


102.00 235.50 
5.00 10.00 
5.00 5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


1210.43 

60.27 

48.18 

$1318.88 


Shiloh 


Kittrell 






25.00 


10.00 


35.00 


Spring Street 


Henderson 




62.00 


31.00 


33.00 


126.00 


Swift Creek 


Henderson 






30.00 




30.00 


Union 




71.00 








71 00 


Welcome Chapel 


Henderson 


18.75 


18.75 


21.25 


24.00 


82.75 


WARREN COUNTY: 












Coley Springs 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Warrenton 


25.00 

25.00 

5.00 




127.00 
25.00 
25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


152.00 

50.00 

30.00 

$232.00 



142 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Chapel Hill 


Warrenton 






30.00 


30.00 


Greenwood 


Warrenton 




37.50 


28.75 


66.25 


Bethlehem 


Wise 


24.00 






24.00 


Jerusalem 


Warrenton 






25.00 


25.00 


Jones Chapel 


Warrenton 






10.00 


10.00 


Locust Grove 


Wise 






25.00 


25.00 


Mount Pleasant 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Manson 


138.00 


61.00 


50.00 104.00 
12.50 24.00 
12.50 12.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


353.00 

36.50 

24.50 

S414.00 


Mount Zion 


Macon 


9.60 






9.60 


Ridgeway 


Ridgeway 






19.05 19.05 


38.10 


Second 


Macon 


60.00 




80.97 


140.97 


Shocco Chapel 


Warrenton 




12.40 


18.75 


31.15 


Snow Hill 


Warrenton 






18.75 


18.75 


Spring Green 


Warrenton 






2.00 


2.00 




DISTRICT 8, GROUP 1 






EDGECOMBE COUNTY: 










Anderson Chapel 


Pinetops 


12.00 




12.00 


24.00 


Batts Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Tarboro 




1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


234.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


235.00 

1.00 

1.00 

$237.00 


Bethleham 


Tarboro 


2.40 




36.00 


38.40 


Cedar Grove 

Young Adult 
Youth 


Rocky Mount 






30.00 174.60 
50.00 
50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


204.60 

50.00 

50.00 

$304.60 


Cherry Hill 
Youth 


Tarboro 


100.00 


18.75 


100.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


118.75 

100.00 

$218.75 


Church of The 
Open Door 


Rocky Mount 


12.00 




36.00 


48.00 


Conetoe 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Conetoe 


51.25 
20.00 
55.50 


51.25 
20.00 
15.00 


171.75 

20.00 

15.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


273.75 

60.00 

85.50 

$419.25 


East End 
Young Adult 


Rocky Mount 


69.60 
40.00 


9.60 


9.60 9.46 
GRAND TOTAL 


98.26 

40.00 
$138.26 


Eastern Star 


Tarboro 






102.00 


102.00 


First 
Young Adult 


Battleboro 


26.00 
4.00 




26.00 100.00 


152.00 

4.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTK )N 143 









Amount By Quarters 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 




19.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


19.00 
$175.00 


Greater Mt. Herman 


Rocky Mount 






23.20 


23.20 


Harts Chapel 


Tarboro 


114.45 


5.00 


6.00 120.00 


245.45 


Young Adult 




35.00 


3.00 


3.00 


41.00 


Youth 




50.10 


3.00 


2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


55.10 
$341.55 


Hickory View 


Rocky Mount 


118.09 




290.00 


408.09 


Young Adult 




4.18 






4.18 


Youth 




22.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


22.00 

$434.27 


Hillsdale 


Rocky Mount 


5.30 




67.00 109.00 


181.30 


Leggett Chapel 


Rocky Mount 






5.00 172.00 


177.00 


Mayo Chapel 


Tarboro 


8.00 


30.00 


8.00 25.00 


71.00 


Metropolitan 


Rocky Mount 


153.78 


225.00 


101.00 301.00 


780.78 


Young Adult 




33.18 


75.00 


101.00 101.00 


310.18 


Youth 




31.09 


37.15 


51.00 53.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


172.24 
$1263.20 


Mildred Chapel 


Tarboro 


45.00 




112.00 


157.00 


Youth 




39.27 




GRAND TOTAL 


39.27 
$196.27 


Morning Star 


Pinetops 




145.00 


110.00 


155.00 


Youth 




60.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


60.00 

$215.00 


Mt. Olive 


Rocky Mount 


164.75 


28.75 


10.00 138.75 


342.25 


Young Adult 




39.00 


10.00 


10.00 12.00 


71.00 


Youth 




41.70 




GRAND TOTAL 


41.70 

$454.95 


EDGECOMBE 












Mt. Zion First 


Rocky Mount 


153.14 


55.00 


157.00 


365.14 


Young Adult 




35.00 


15.00 




" 50.00 


Youth 




37.14 


15.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


52.14 
$467.28 


North End 


Rocky Mount 


25.00 




78.00 


103.00 


Young Adult 




15.00 






15.00 


Youth 




10.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


10.00 
$128.00 


Philadelphia 


Rocky Mount 






37.54 


37.54 


Pines Chapel 


Pinetops 


15.00 




10.00 


25.00 


Red Hill 


Rocky Mount 






66.00 15.00 


81.00 


St. James 


Rocky Mount 


161.09 


326.00 


125.00 232.50 


844.59 


Young Adult 




31.09 


155.00 


80.00 80.00 


346.09 


Youth 




56.09 


128.38 


45.00 45.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


_JT7_4.47 
$1465.15 



144 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 


Location 


1st 


St. James Temple 


Tarboro 


19.60 


Youth 




5.00 


St. Paul 


Rocky Mount 


15.00 


St. Stephen 


Tarboro 


90.00 


Salem Chapel 


Tarboro 


15.00 


Young Adult 




15.00 


Youth 




18.00 


Union 


Tarboro 




Vaughn's 


Rocky Mount 




Washington Branch 


Macclesfield 


100.00 


Youth 




29.00 


Weeping Mary 


Tarboro 




White Chapel 


Speed 




Young Adult 






Youth 




29.00 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



20.00 



120.00 



15.00 



GRAND TOTAL 
51.00 235.82 
5.00 67.00 

45.00 105.00 



75.00 



GRAND TOTAL 

160.00 

31.00 

15.00 184.00 

GRAND TOTAL 
15.00 

185.00 

45.00 

40.00 

GRAND TOTAL 



White Oak (Youth) Rocky Mount 
HALIFAX COUNTY: 



40.00 



Antioch 


Scotland Neck 


60.00 








60.00 


Daniel's Chapel 


Enfield 


42.00 








42.00 


First 


Halifax 


28.50 


28.50 


28.50 


64.50 


150.00 


First 


Weldon 


331.18 


75.00 


100.00 


185.25 


691.43 


Young Adult 




54.00 


37.50 


25.00 


37.50 


154.00 


Youth 




56.09 


37.50 


25.00 


37.50 


156.09 










GRAND TOTAL 


$1001.52 


Oak Grove 


Littleton 


36.00 


75.00 




35.00 


146.00 


Olive Grove 


Littleton 


36.50 




10.00 


85.00 


131.50 


Youth 










5.00 


5.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$136.5C 


Pine Chapel 


Hollister 




10.00 


10.00 




20.00 


Pine Grove 


Littleton 




8.00 






8.00 


Pleasant Hill 


Enfield 








75.00 


75.00 


St. Chapel 


Enfield 








54.00 


54.00 


St. Paul 


Enfield 


150.00 


52.00 


73.00 


27.00 


302.0C 


Shiloh 


Scotland Neck 








84.00 


84. 00 


Simmons Grove 


Roanoke Rapids 






10.00 


15.00 


25.00 


Youth 




30.00 




5.00 


5.00 


40.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$65. 0C 


NASH COUNTY: 














Bethlehem 


Rocky Mount 








60.00 


60.0Ci 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOMF. & FOREIGN MISSIONAF.' ' CONVEN HON 145 









Amo 


u By Quarter = 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4ih 


Totals 


Cedar Rock 


Spring Hope 






26.00 


2b. 00 


Ebenezer 


Rocky Mount 




72.00 




72.00 


Foster Memorial 


Rocky Mount 


99.00 


9.00 


b5.00 


173.00 


Young Adult 




30.00 


9.00 




39.00 


Youth 




20.00 


7.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


27.00 
$239.00 


Jones Hill 


Spring Hope 




45.00 




45.00 


Little Zion 


Whitakers 


30.00 




28.25 


58.25 


Mount Carmel 


Rocky Mount 






47.00 


47.00 


Mount Vernon 


Nashville 






36.00 


36.00 


New Hope 


Battleboro 




100.00 


75.00 


175.00 


Young Adult 






25.00 


36.07 


61.07 


Youth 






25.00 


36.07 
GRAND TOTAL 


61.07 
$297.13 


Rock Hill 


Nashville 






55.00 


55.00 


Rocky Point 


Spring Hope 






9.00 


9.00 


St. Delight 


Nashville 




9.00 




9.00 


St. Hope 


Spring Hope 


25.00 


80.00 


95.00 178.00 


378.00 


St. Mark 


Whitakers 


200.00 




60.00 


260.00 


St. Stephen 


Spring Hope 


99.00 






99.00 


Youth 




150.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


150.00 
$249.00 


Shiloh 


Whitakers 




115.00 


45.00 147.15 


307.15 


Young Adult 






20.00 


10.00 40.00 


70.00 








26.23 


14.72 28.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


68.95 
$446.10 


Social Union 


Nashville 






27.00 


27.00 


White Oak Hill 


Middlesex 






12.00 


12.00 


WILSON COUNTY: 










Barnes Chapel 


Wilson 




307.60 


50.00 


357.60 


Young Adult 






25.00 


25.00 


50.00 


Youth 






25.00 


25.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


50.00 
$457.60 


Calvary Baptist 


Wilson 




55.00 




55.00 


Youth 






15.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


15.00 




$70.00 


Ebenezer 


Wilson 


207.00 


62.04 


46.00 5.00 


320.04 


Young Adult 






26.02 




26.02 


Youth 




120.00 


26.02 


GRAND TOTAL 


146.02 
$492.08 


First 


Lucama 


92.29 


34.60 


49.20 


176.09 


Young Adult 




33.18 


24.00 


25.00 16.00 


98.18 


Youth 




10.00 


34.00 


20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


64.00 
$338.27 


Jackson Chapel 


Wilson 


120.15 


80.00 


100.00 


300.15 



146 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Amount By Quarters 



Organization 


Location 


Young Adult 




Youth 




Johnson Chapel 


Elm City 


Mary Grove 


Lucama 


New Vester 


Sims 


Roundtree 


Wilson 


Young Adult 




Sandy Fork 


Wilson 


GREEN COUNTY 


L»Io 1 


Artis Grove 


Walstonburg 


St. Delight 


Walstonburg 


Voung Adult 




Youth 





1st 



32.00 



54.00 



2nd 



3rd 



4th 



50.00 




72.00 


122.00 


20.00 




63.00 


83.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


S505.15 






21.00 


53.00 




60.00 




60.00 






5.00 


59.00 




75.00 


100.00 


175.00 






100.00 


100.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$275.00 


4.80 


4.80 


4.80 


19.20 



DISTRICT 8 GROUP 2 



101.09 365.00 20.00 996.97 

150.00 14.00 90.50 

15.00 150.39 14.00 90.87 

GRAND TOTAL 



LENOIR COUNTY: 



St. Mary's Greenville 

Sycamore Hill Greenville 

WAYNE COUNTY: 

Antioch Goldsboro 

Youth 



Augusta Chapel 

Barnes Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Goldsboro 
Goldsboro 



168.00 
29.00 

81.27 
18.45 



38.00 



50.00 
.50 

15.50 



51.00 



23.20 
14.00 



Ebenezer 


La Grange 




60.00 


20.00 




80.00 


First 


Kinston 


109.00 


20.00 






129.00 


Youth 






6.00 






6.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$135.00 


Patterson Chapel 


Kinston 


30.40 


15.00 




15.00 


60.40 


Shady Grove 


La Grange 


8.00 


5.50 


7.00 


8.00 


28.50 


PITT COUNTY: 














Cornerstone 


Greenville 


50.00 




90.00 




140.00 


Hayes Chapel 


Greenville 






25.00 


36.00 


61.00 


Macedonia 


Farmville 






45.50 




45.50 


Mt. Olive 


Ayden 






45.00 




45.00 


Phillipi 


Simpson 


99.00 






105.00 


204.00 


St. John 


Fountain 








36.00 


36.00 



61 
65. 



20.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 
20.00 20.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 



238.00 


34.50 


$272.50 


136.77 


28.45 


5.00 


5.00 


$38.45 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 147 









Amount By Quarter^ 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Best Grove 


Goldsboro 






103.00 


103.00 


Youth 






5.00 


5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


10.00 

$113.00 


Calypso First 


Mt. Olive 






200.00 


200.00 


Eastern Chapel 


Goldsboro 






38.80 


38.80 


Young Adult 








5.00 


5.00 


Youth 








5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$48.80 


Eureka First 


Eureka 


43.10 


51.50 


42.30 58.30 


195.20 


Young Adult 




12.10 


10.90 


10.90 10.90 


44.80 


Youth 




3.00 


3.00 


3.00 3.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


12.00 

$252.00 


First African 


Goldsboro 


883.85 


30.00 


31.40 31.00 


976.25 


Young Adult 




57 09 




33.00 


90.09 


Youth 




132.09 


25.00 


53.80 
GRAND TOTAL 


210.89 
$1277.23 


First 


Fremont 






25.00 


25.00 


Holly Green 


Goldsboro 


20.00 




20.00 


40.00 


Young Adult 








10.00 


10.00 


Youth 








5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$55.00 


Hooks Grove 


Pikeville 


122.00 


41.00 


65.00 484.80 


712.80 


Young Adult 




29.00 


15.00 


30.00 95.00 


169.00 






29.00 


39.00 


30.00 115.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


213.00 

$1094.80 


Mt. Calvary 


Goldsboro 


260.27 


49.70 


221.00 383.78 


914.75 


Young Adull 




49.00 


10.00 


35.00 35.00 


129.00 


Youth 




93.18 


16.60 


35.00 35.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


179.78 
$1223.53 


Mt. Gilead 


Mt. Olive 


101 09 


5.00 


5.00 


111.09 


Young Adult 






3.00 


3.00 


6.00 


Youth 






2.00 


2.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


4.00 
$121.09 


Mt. Pleasant 


Goldsboro 


134.00 


15.00 


165.00 30.00 


344.00 


Young Adult 




7.50 


7.50 


7.50 15.00 


37.50 


Youth 




7.50 


8.50 


7.50 15.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


38.50 
$420.00 


St. Stephens 


Goldsboro 


45.00 




20.00 20.00 


85.00 


Young Adult 




12.50 






12.50 


Youth 




12.50 


1.40 


10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


23.90 
$121.40 


Shady Grove 


Mt. Olive 


119.36 


44.00 


69.00 34.60 


266.96 


Young Adult 




46.09 


15.00 


15.00 15.00 


91.09 


Youth 




48.18 


10.00 


10.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


78.18 
$436.23 



148 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization Location 1st 2nd 

DISTRICT 9, GROUP 1 
CARTERET COUNTY: 



Amount By Quarters 
3rd 4th 



Totals 



Mount Pilgrim 


Newport 


20.00 






20.00 


Mount Zion 


Beaufort 




40.00 


192.10 


232.10 


Young Adult 








50.00 


50.00 


Youth 








87.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


87.00 
$369.10 


Queen Street 


Beaufort 


20.00 






20.00 


Saint Luke 


Morehead City 


109.00 


45.00 


100.00 


254.00 


Spring Garden 


Newport 


10.00 






10.00 


CRAVEN COUNTY: 










Craven Corner 


Havelock 




91.86 




91.86 


First 


New Bern 


36.00 






36.00 


Guildfield 


New Bern 


15.00 


15.00 


15.00 15.00 


60.00 


Little Rock 


New Bern 


25.00 






25.00 


Macedonia 


New Bern 




10.00 


10.50 10.50 


31.00 


Mount Calvary 


New Bern 


175.95 


12.00 


25.00 


212.95 


Pilgrim Chapel 


New Bern 




18.00 


36.00 70.00 


124.00 


Young Adult 






12.00 


24.00 12.00 


48.00 


Youth 






12.00 


24.00 12.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


48.00 
$220.00 


Saint Mary's 


New Bern 




30.00 


100.00 


130.00 


Saint Paul 


New Bern 






69.00 25.00 


94.00 


Star of Zion 


New Bern 


105.27 


84.00 


15.00 


204.27 


Young Adult 






12.00 




12.00 


Youth 






12.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


12.00 

$228.27 


Virgin Hill 


New Bern 


5.60 


5.60 


5.60 


16.80 


JONES COUNTY: 












Hills Chapel 


Trenton 




5.65 


6.40 16.75 


28.80 


Oakey Grove 


Trenton 


111.40 




29.40 9.60 


150.40 


Saint Phillip 


Pollocksville 






6.00 


6.00 


Youth 






19.00 




19.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



DISTRICT 9, GROUP 2 



MARTIN COUNTY: 

Cedar Hill Williamston 



Mt. Gethsemane 
Cornerstone 
Mt. Shiloh 
Olive Branch 
Providence 



Oak City 

Williamston 

Williamston 

Parmele 

Robersonville 



9.20 



25.00 



9.00 

11.14 
36.00 

75.25 



9.60 



25.00 
75.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 149 



Organization 

St. Paul 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Sandy Point 
Sycamore 
Wynn Chapel 
Chapel Hill 
Mt. Pleasant 
St. John 
Second Zion 

BERTIE COUNTY: 

Cedar Landing 
Youth 



Location 

Oak City 



Williamston 

Hamilton 

Robersonville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Creswell 

Plymouth 



1st 

99.00 



75.00 



3.00 



Amount By Quarters 

2nd , 3rd 4th 



Totals 



35.00 


85.00 96.00 


315.00 


9.00 


21.91 11.00 


41.91 


6.00 


20.00 9.00 


35.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$391.91 




80.50 75.00 


230.50 




6.00 


6.00 




36.00 


36.00 
3.00 


27.00 




27.00 




17.50 


17.50 


45.00 




45.00 



DISTRICT 10, GROUP 1 



Windsor 



Conocanary 


Aulander 


Elm Grove 


Aulander 


First 


Colerain 


First 


Powellsville 


Youth 




Indian Woods 


Windsor 


Youth 




Luella 


Kelford 


Mount Olive 


Windsor 


Mount Pleasant 


Bertie Cc. 


Mount Sinai 


Bertie Co. 


Peterson Chapel 


Merry Hill 


Youth 




Saint Elmo 


Windsor 


Saint John 


Bertie Co. 


Saint Luke 


Windsor 


Sandy Branch 


Roxobel 


Sandy Point 


Windsor 


Youth 




Spring Hill 


Bertie Co. 


Woodville Plains 


Bertie Co. 


Wynns Grove 


Colerain 



22.50 



365.00 



18.75 



27.00 



16.00 





115.00 


115.00 




75.00 


75.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$190.00 


37.50 


77.50 52.50 


190.00 




35.00 


35.00 




85.00 


85.00 




25.00 


390.00 




5.00 


5.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$395.00 


18.00 


50.00 


68.00 




25.00 


25.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$93.00 


18.75 


43.75 18.75 


100.00 


75.00 




75.00 




25.00 14.40 


39.40 




25.00 


25.00 


15.00 


35.00 51.00 


128.00 




6.00 


6.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$134.00 


36.00 




36.00 




50.00 


50.00 




25.00 


25.00 




21.00 16.00 


53.00 


'20.00 


75.00 


295.00 




5.00 


5.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


$300.00 




25.00 


25.00 




25.00 


25.00 




30.00 


30.00 



150 


ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 






Organization 


Location 


1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 


Zion Bethlehem 


Windsor 


3.00 


20.00 


26.40 




49.40 


Zion Grove 


Aulander 








150.00 


150.00 


Zion Hill 


Colerain 






100.00 




100.00 


GATES COUNTY 














Lebanon Grove 


Gatesville 


18.75 


18.75 


18.75 




56.25 


New Hope 


Gatesville 




35.00 






35.00 


Saint Paul Sunbury 
HERTFORD COUNTY: 






27.00 




27.00 


Calvary 
Youth 


Ahoskie 


173.00 




90.00 40.00 

10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


303.00 

10.00 

$313.00 


First 


Murfreesboro 






28.80 




28.80 


Harrellsville Chapel 


Harrellsville 






50.00 




50.00 


Jordan Grove 
Menola 


Winton 
Hertford Co. 


48.00 




75.00 


45.00 


93.00 
75.00 


Mill Neck 
Youth 


Como 






81.40 
6.40 


78.00 


159.40" 
6.40 










GRAND TOTAL 


$165.80 


Mount Moriah 


Winton 








18.75 


18.75 


New Shoskie 
Youth 


Ahoskie 


35.27 




100.00 




100.00 
35.27 










GRAND TOTAL 


$135.27 


New Bethany 


Ahoskie 






175.00 




175.00 


New Haven 


Hertford Co. 






25.00 




25.00 


Parker Grove 


Mapleton 






185.00 




185.00 


Philippi 


Ahoskie 






49.00 




49.00 


Piney Wood Chapel 


Ahoskie 






170.00 




170.00 


Pleasant Plains 


Hertford Co. 






25.00 




25.00 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY: 












Betheleham 


Seaboard 




4.00 






4.00 


Cedar Grove 
Youth 


Henrico 


25.00 


2.00 


32.00 




57.00 
2.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$59.00 


Faithfull Band 


Pleasant Hill 






43.00 




43.00 


Gaston 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Gaston 


127.29 
52.29 
52.29 


107.13 
107.13 
112.12 


65.23 
65.23 
65.23 


104.62 
104.62 
104.62 


404.27 
329.27 
334.27 










GRAND TOTAL 


$1067.81 


Oak Grove 


Garysburg 




2.00 






2.00 


Patillo's Chapel 
Young Adult 
Youth 


Henrico 


46.00 
33.00 
20.00 




50.00 
10.00 


86.00 
20.00 
10.00 


182.00 
53.00 
40.00 










GRAND TOTAL 


$275.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 151 



Organization 

Revelle Hill 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Roanoke Chapel 

Roanoke Salem 
Youth 



Location 

Conway 



Jackson 
Garysburg 

Pendleton 



Amount By Quarters 



Zoar 

CHOWAN COUNTY: 

Providence Edenton 

Warren Grove Edenton 

Union Chapel Elizabeth City 

Riddick Grove Belvidere 



1st 



2nd 



3rd 



4th 



DISTRICT 10, GROUP 3 



DARE COUNTY: 

Haven Creek 



Totals 





118.40 


50.00 




168.40 




15.00 


25.00 




40.00 




10.00 


25.00 




35.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$243.40 




2.50 






2.50 


99.00 




10.00 


30.00 


139.00 


100.00 


2.00 


10.00 




112.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$251.00 


58.47 




20.00 




78.47 


104.18 




160.00 
75.00 


225.00 


489.18 
75.00 


18.75 


18.75 


18.75 


18.75 


75.00 


31.40 








31.40 



Manteo 



36.00 



36.00 



UNCLASSIFIED 



Baltimore 
Brown Chapel 
Burton Chapel 
Chambers Chapel 
First New Light 
Frank's Chapel 
Graves Chapel 
Gwynn's Chapel 
Jones Cross 
Kimes Chapel 
Loney Grove 
McLeansville 
New Ephesus 
New Mount Zion 
Providence 
Sandy Point 
Upper Middle Union 
Warren's Chapel 
Woodland Chapel 
Zion Level 



5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.00 

1.00 

5.00 
50.00 
35.00 
10.00 
25.72 

1.00 
20.00 
25.00 
90.00 

9.00 
20.00 
10.00 

5.00 
50.00 

5.00 



152 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Eastern District Union 
Old Eastern Assoc. 

Eastern Union Women 
of Bear Creek Assoc. 

Ebenezer Bapt. Assoc. 
Ministers and 
Deacons' Wives 



Organization Location 1st 


Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 


Totals 




AUXILIARIES 






Alexander 
Young Adult 
Youth 


129.00 
29.00 
29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


129.00 

29.00 

29.00 

$187.00 


Bear Creek 




175.00 


33.00 100.00 


308.00 


Brunswick- Waccamaw 
Young Adult 
Youth 


50.00 
28.65 
25.00 


25.00 
12.50 
12.50 


30.00 63.37 
20.00 
10.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


168.37 

61.15 

47.50 

$235.87 


Cedar Creek 
Youth 


80.00 
29.00 




35.00 

15.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


115.00 

44.00 

$159.00 


Cedar Grove 
Young Adult 
Youth 


256.36 
2.09 
2.09 


200.00 


36.00 902.00 

24.00 50.00 

24.00 50.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


1394.36 

76.09 

76.09 

$1546.54 


Cedar Grove Union 






25.00 


25.00 


Cedar Grove Upper 


100.00 




150.00 


250.00 


County Line 
Young Adult 


50.00 
6.00 




6.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


50.00 

12.00 

$62.00 


Daughters of Zion 


100.00 


125.00 




225.00 


Deep River Missionary 
Auxiliary 


453.09 


175.00 




628.09 


Deep River Women's 
Auxiliary Convention 


50.00 


75.00 




125.00 


Deep River Union 


20.00 






20.00 


East Carolina 
Progressive 


286.27 


60.00 


160.00 60.00 


566.27 


East Cedar Grove 
Federation 
Young Adult 
Youth 


289.20 
42.00 
40.00 


269.20 
14.00 
12.00 


211.50 197.50 

17.00 17.00 

9.00 12.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


967.40 

90.00 

73.00 

$1130.40 


East Cedar Grove 
Youth 


424.00 
29.00 


125.00 


1765.59 


2314.59 
29.00 



50.00 
150.00 



GRAND TOTAL 



94.30 



550.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 153 



)rganization Location 

benezer Woman's Aux. 

oung Adult 

buth 

iaston 
buth 

iuilford 
oung Adult 
outh 

ammonds Creek 
laden Co. Union #1 
oung Adult 
outh 

igh Point 
oung Adult 
outh 

yde County 

ahnston District 
aptist Assoc. Union 
oung Adult 
outh 

enansville Eastern 
oung Adult 
outh 

ane Creek 
oung Adult 
outh 

umber River 
aptist Assoc. 

amber River 
'oman's Aux. 
Dung Adult 

DUth 

ecklenburg General 
juth 

iddle Baptist Assoc. 
• iddle Baptist Union 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



Totals 



772.85 




642.50 


1415.35 


170.00 




478.75 


648.75 


2311.20 




478.75 


2789.95 






GRAND TOTAL 


$4854.05 


525.00 






525.00 


34.31 






34.31 






GRAND TOTAL 


$559.31 


571.09 


171.00 


50.00 410.50 


1202.59 






4.00 


4.00 


71.09 


23.00 


39.00 


133.09 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1339.68 


99.00 


20.00 


20.00 40.00 


179.00 


29.00 


10.00 


10.00 20.00 


69.00 


287.36 


8.00 


8.00 16.00 


319.36 






GRAND TOTAL 


$567.36 


99.00 


275.00 




374.00 


29.00 






29.00 


29.00 






29.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$432.00 


2.09 






2.09 


1160.00 


35.00 


535.00 1055.00 


2785.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 14.00 


20.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 8.00 


17.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$2822.00 


90.00 




5.00 100.00 


195.00 


40.00 




3.00 65.00 


108.00 


31.00 




2.00 50.00 


83.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$386.00 


102.00 




50.00 50.00 


202.00 


29.00 




25.00 25.00 


79.00 


29.00 




25.00 25.00 


79.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$360.00 




125.00 




125.00 


46.27 


160.00 


45.10 


251.37 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 




70.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$391.37 


99.00 






99.00 


57.81 






57.81 






GRAND TOTAL 


$156.81 




500.00 




500.00 


200.00 






200.00 



154 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization Location 

Middle District 
Woman's Aux. 

Middle District 
Daughters of Zion 

Middle District Union 
of Old Eastern Assoc. 

Middle District Union 
Woman's Aux. 

Middle District Union 
Woman's Dept. 

Middle Ground 

Mount Peace 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Mountain & Catawba 

Mud Creek 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Neuse River 

New Bern 

New Era Woman's Aux. 

Young Adult 

Youth 

New Home & Durham 

New Hope 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Northbound 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Old Eastern 

Old Eastern 
Missionary Aux. 

Pamlico County 

Pee Dee Assoc. 

Pee Dee Woman's 
Auxiliary 

Reedy Creek 

Rising Star 



1st 



4.18 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



2100.00 





50.00 






50. 0C 


91.25 


25.00 




25.00 


141.25 


50.00 








50. 0C 


25.00 




24.00 




49.0C 


,018.90 


323.00 


461.00 


410.02 


4212.92 


245.00 


200.00 


225.00 


253.00 


923. 0C 


639.00 


20.00 


40.00 


44.00 


743.0C 






GRAND TOTAL 


$5,878.92 


183.18 






3128.30 


3311.1 


100.63 


45.00 


45.00 


45.00 


235.0C 


5.00 


5.00 


3.00 


3.00 


16.0C 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


20.0i 






GRAND TOTAL 


$271.6- 


100.00 








100.0C 


100.00 








100. OC 


99.00 


73.00 


25.00 


131.00 


328.0C 


79.00 


29.00 


25.00 


50.00 


183.00 


29.00 


13.00 


5.00 


5.00 


52.0( 






GRAND TOTAL 


$563.0( 


39.00 


10.00 


10.00 


43.15 


98.1 


251.09 


125.00 


175.00 


200.00 


751.0< 


41.09 


50.00 


25.00 


50.00 


166.0 ( i 


41.09 


50.00 


25.00 


50.00 


166.0 C 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1083.2'. 


210.00 








210.0( 


5.00 








5.0( 


20.00 








20.0( 



GRAND TOTAL 
300.00 



100.00 100.00 
75.00 
25.00 75.00 15.00 

99.00 100.00 

95.00 100.00 
261.50 



100.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 155 







Amount By Quarters 




Organization Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Rowan Baptist Assoc. 


2374.00 


2175.00 


50.00 150.00 


4699.00 


Young Adult 


29.00 




25.00 100.00 


154.00 


Youth 


229.00 




25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


254.00 
$5107.00 


Saint John Assoc. 


160.59 






160.59 


Young Adult 


29.00 






29.00 


Youth 


29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


29.00 
$218.59 


Tar River Woman's 




314.73 


1125.00 


1439.73 


Trent River Oakey 


395.27 




275.00 1059.10 


1729.37 


Tri-County Ministers 










Wives Alliance 




100.00 




100.00 


Union Baptist 


86.70 


140.00 


15.00 94.00 


335.70 


Young Adult 


60.00 


30.00 


30.00 50.00 


170.00 


Youth 


35.00 


5.00 


5.00 30.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


75.00 
$580.70 


United Eastern District 


101.09 


140.00 


135.00 


376.09 


Convention 










United Shiloh Assoc. 






210.00 


210.00 


Wake Assoc. 


101.09 


65.00 


325.00 177.00 


668.09 


Young Adult 






175.00 


175.00 


Youth 






157.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


157.00 
$1000.09 


Waynesville 




250.00 


50.00 100.00 


400.00 


West Roanoke 


2778.95 


20.00 


15.00 


2823.95 


Youth 






202.18 

GRAND TOTAL 


202.18 
$3026.13 


Western District Union 






15.00 50.00 


65.00 


Old Eastern Assoc. 










Youth 






5.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


5.00 
$70.00 


Western Ministerial 










Deacons S.S. Union 


15.00 






15.00 


Young Adult 


10.00 






10.00 


Youth 


8.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


8.00 
$33.00 


Western Union of the 










Bear Creek Assoc. 


41.00 


35.00 




76.00 


Young Adult 


29.00 






29.00 


Youth 


29.00 




GRAND TOTAL 


29.00 
$134.00 


Woman's Convention of 






400.00 


400.00 


Cedar Grove Assoc. 










Woman's Education & 


100.00 


150.00 




250.00 



Missionary Union 



156 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization Location 

Woman's Lott Carey 

Day 

Youth 

Woman's Missionary 

Union 

of New Home & 

Missionary Baptist 

Assoc. 

Yadkin & Davie Assoc. 

Yadkin & Philadelphia 
Young Adult 

Zion Baptist Assoc. 

Zion Baptist Assoc. 
Woman's 
Young Adult 
Youth 



Alexander County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Anson County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Bertie County Youth 

Bladen County #2 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Brunswick County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Buncombe County 
Youth 

Carteret County 

Chatham County 

Cleveland County 
Young Adult 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



Totals 



1929.00 1929.00 

71.00 71.00 

GRAND TOTAL $2000.00 



10.00 


35.00 




45.00 


99.00 






99.00 


100.00 


17.40 


13.25 225.00 


355.65 




10.00 


13.25 


23.25 






GRAND TOTAL 


$378.90 




130.00 




130.00 


224.00 


300.00 


100.80 100.00 


724.80 


29.00 


100.00 


99.60 25.00 


253.60 


29.00 


100.00 


99.60 25.00 


253.60 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1232.00 


UNIONS 








328.91 


125.00 


7.00 50.00 


510.91 


1.00 




5.00 


6.00 


1.00 




6.00 


7.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$523.91 


182.54 


30.00 


30.00 40.00 


282.54 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 20.00 


50.00 


80.00 


10.00 


10.00 15.00 


115.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$447.54 


36.00 


5.00 


10.00 5.00 


56.00 


249 76 




50.00 


299.76 


29.00 




30.00 


59.00 


29.00 




20.00 


49.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$407.76 


109.00 




10.00 


119.00 


10.00 




10.00 


20.00 


5.00 




5.00 


10.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$149.00 


149.00 


185.00 


70.00 81.00 


485.00 


29.00 






29.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$514.00 


75.00 






75.00 


99.00 




20.00 


119.00 


99.00 


105.00 


850.00 110.00 


1164.00 




15.00 


25.00 30.00 


70.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 1 57 







Amount By Quarters 




Organization Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 


515.00 


15.00 


25.00 30.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


585.00 
$1,189.00 


Columbus County 


196.18 


30.00 


252.72 167.50 


646.40 


Young Adult 


41.09 


10.00 


106.36 34.00 


191.45 


Youth 


41.09 


5.00 


76.36 27.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


149.45 
$987.30 


Cumberland County 


57.08 


37.00 


18.00 


112.08 


Youth 


11.00 


10.00 


8.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


29.00 

■$141.08 


Craven County 


211.09 


40.00 


17.00 


268.09 


Davidson County 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 


30.00 


Davie County 


32.21 


50.00 


10.00 25.00 


117.21 


Duplin County 


12.50 


15.00 


12.50 12.50 


52.50 


Youth 


12.50 


15.00 


12.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


40.00 
$92.50 


Duplin County (Upper) 


49.50 


20.00 


45.00 


114.50 


Young Adult 


24.75 


10.00 




34.75 


Youth 


24.75 


1.00 


GRAND TOTAL 


25.75 
$175.00 


Durham County 


339.00 


90.00 


165.00 1343.10 


1937.10 


Young Adult 


5.00 


5.00 


10.00 10.00 


30.00 


Youth 


943.00 




5.00 10.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


958.00 
$2925.10 


East Cumberland 










County 


650.33 


85.00 


70.00 1025.00 


1830.33 


Young Adult 


12.09 


30.00 


20.00 25.00 


87.09 


Youth 


87.09 


30.00 


20.00 25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


162.09 

$2079.51 


Edgecombe County 


32.13 


11.09 


125.00 1090.35 


1258.57 


Young Adult 




5.50 


530.68 


536.18 


Young 


270.51 


5.50 


420.68 
GRAND TOTAL 


696.69 
$2,491.44 


Edgecombe County 


30.00 


50.00 


31.50 50.00 


161.50 


Sunday School 










Eleventh District 


125.00 


72.00 




197.00 


Fayetteville City Union 






20.00 


20.00 


Youth 






25.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


25.00 

$45.00 


Forsyth County 


1139.50 




1075.00 6320.00 


8534.50 


Young Adult 


60.00 




60.00 1746.00 


1866.00 


Youth 


29.00 




30.00 1275.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1334.00 

$11734.50 


Franklin County 


1357.51 


525.00 


385.00 359.98 


2627.49 


Young Adult 


197.55 


136.50 


193.85 184.52 


712.42 



158 



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Organization Location 

Youth 

Gaston County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Granville County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Greene County 

Guilford County 

Halifax & Adjacent 
Counties 

Halifax County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Henderson County 

Hertford County Youth 

Hoke County 
Young Adult 

Iredell County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Lenoir County 

Martin County 
Young Adult 

Mecklenburg County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Moore County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Nash County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

New Hanover County 
Young Adult 



Amount By Quarters 



1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


1443.75 


85.50 


101.50 72.00 


1702.75 






GRAND TOTAL 


$5042.66 


794.25 


125.00 


150.00 250.00 


1319.25 


305.00 


25.00 


25.00 50.00 


405.00 


3585.00 


50.00 


50.00 50.00 


3,735.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$5459.25 


342.09 


165.00 


204.00 107.50 


818.59 


60.00 


20.00 


14.00 22.00 


116.00 


70.00 


10.00 


10.00 10.00 


100.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1034.59 


70.00 




100.00 


170.00 


285.10 


50.00 




335.10 






55.00 


55.00 


100.93 


288.00 


72.00 291.50 


752.43 


30.00 


15.50 


28.50 12.00 


86.00 


1468.19 


15.50 


21.00 20.00 


1524.69 






GRAND TOTAL 


$2,363.12 


15.50 




48.50 28.00 


92.00 






20.00 


20.00 


107.09 


30.00 


30.00 


167.09 


10.00 






10.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$177.09 


129.00 




35.00 


164.00 


29.00 




10.00 


39.00 


29.00 




10.00 


39.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$242.00 


23.00 


40.00 


5.00 


103.00 


227.00 




55.00 


282.00 






20.00 


20.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$302.00 


258.09 


130.00 


510.00 485.00 


1383.09 


45.27 


10.00 


56.60 30.00 


141.87 


66.18 


10.00 


35.00 20.00 


131.18 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1,656.14 






10.00 


10.00 






10.00 


10.00 






5.00 


5.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$25.00 


140.00 


10.00 


10.00 


160.00 


10.00 


5.00 


5.00 


20.00 


29.00 


5.00 


5.00 


39.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$219.00 


252.53 


10.00 


110.00 574.26 


946.79 


34.00 


5.00 


5.00 5.00 


49.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 1 59 







Amount By Quarters 




Organization Location 1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Youth 


32.00 


3.00 


3.00 3.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


41.00 
$1036.79 


North Carolina 










Woman's 










Missionary Union 


1000.00 






1000.00 


Northampton County 


99.00 




75.00 


174.00 


Youth 






35.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


35.00 
$249.00 


W.N.B.U. of 










Northampton 










County Union No. 2 


327.01 




50.00 


377.01 


Youth 






20.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


20.00 
$397.01 


Ocean View Women's 










Union 


10.00 




45.00 170.50 


225.50 


Young Adult 


10.00 




10.00 


20.00 


Youth 


1534.00 




5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1539.00 
$1784.50 


Orange County 


99.00 






99.00 


Pender County 


16.75 


16.75 


16.75 


50.25 


Young Adult 


16.75 


16.75 


16.75 


50.25 


Youth 


16.50 


16.50 


16.50 
GRAND TOTAL 


49.40 
$150.00 


Person County 


99.00 


25.00 


325.00 


449.00 


Young Adult 


29.00 




60.00 

GRAND TOTAL 


89.00 
$538.00 


Progressive Ministers 










Deacon's Union 


61.10 


42.56 


45.00 63.25 


211.91 


Young Adult 






13.50 

GRAND TOTAL 


13.50 
$225.41 


Raleigh City Union 


117.20 


125.00 


20.00 


262.20 


Young Adult 






12.00 


12.00 


Youth 


1655.00 




5.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1660.00 
$1934.20 


Richmond County 




344.61 


75.00 35.00 


454.61 


Young Adult 






12.50 25.00 


37.50 


Youth 






12.50 15.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


27.50 
$519.61 


Robeson County 


298.27 


78.00 


75.00 261.50 


712.77 


Young Adult 


33.18 


50.00 


50.00 150.00 


283.18 


Youth 


630.27 


59.00 


50.00 100.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


839.27 
$1835.22 


Rockingham County 


151.00 


90.00 


40.00 80.00 


361.00 


Young Adult 


29.00 


20.00 


25.00 50.00 


124.00 


Youth 


770.44 


20.00 


63.00 430.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


1283.44 
$1768.44 



160 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT 



Organization 

Rocky Mount City-Wide 

Young Adult 

Youth 

Rowan 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Sampson County 
(Lower) 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Sampson County 
(Upper) 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Scotland County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Surry County 
Young Adult 

Tar River Ministers 
Deacon Union 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Tar River's Women's 
Union 

Union County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Vance County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Wake County 
Young Adult 
Youth 

Warren County 
Youth 



Location 



1st 



Amount By Quarters 
2nd 3rd 4th 



30.00 


30.00 


55.00 30.00 


145.00 


30.00 


30.00 


30.00 30.00 


120.00 


10.00 


10.00 


10.00 10.00 


40.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$305.00 


99.00 


100.00 


125.00 100.00 


424.00 


29.00 


50.00 


50.00 50.00 


179.00 


29.00 


50.00 


50.00 50.00 


179.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$782.00 


155.00 


150.00 


125.00 70.00 


500.00 


37.00 


10.00 


16.00 5.00 


68.00 


64.00 


24.00 


15.00 14.00 


117.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$685.00 


25.00 


132.50 


686.12 470.00 


1313.62 


447.00 


30.00 


5.00 5.00 


487.00 


5.00 


30.00 


5.00 5.00 


45.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1845.62 


1282.14 




75.00 


1357.14 


29.00 






29.00 


29.00 






29.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1415.14 


129.00 






129.00 






50.00 


50.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$179.00 


25.00 


75.00 


25.00 


125.00 


25.00 




25.00 


50.00 


25.00 




25.00 


50.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$200.00 


101.09 


50.00 




151.09 


287.09 


160.00 


175.00 10.00 


632.09 


129.00 


10.00 


50.00 320.00 


509.00 


629.00 


10.00 


50.00 415.51 


1104.51 






GRAND TOTAL 


$2245.60 


340.59 


841.25 


386.02 314.04 


1881.90 


43.00 




45.62 20.92 


109.54 


289.66 




44.20 15.10 


348.96 






GRAND TOTAL 


$2340.40 


50.00 


20.00 


100.00 20.00 


190.00 




20.00 




20.00 


1655.00 


10.00 


10.00 


1675.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$1905.00 


99.00 


98.00 


85.00 100.00 


382.00 


80.00 




20.00 


100.00 






GRAND TOTAL 


$9482.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 1 61 









Amount By Quarters 




Organization 


Location 


1st 


2nd 


3rd 4th 


Totals 


Wayne County 




748.94 


10.00 


324.00 245.00 


1327.94 


Young Adult 




141.09 


110.00 


135.00 135.00 


521.09 


Youth 




401.09 


64.00 


150.00 85.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


700.09 
$2549.12 


Wilkes County 




926.01 


46.36 


49.15 


1021.562 


Young Adult 




46.60 




46.71 
GRAND TOTAL 


93.31 
$1114.83 


A/ilson County 




30.00 


58.00 


80.00 200.00 


368.00 


/oung Adult 




20.00 


38.00 


65.00 160.00 


283.00 


Youth 




10.00 


28.00 


55.00 111.00 
GRAND TOTAL 


204.00 
$855.00 



ONE DAY DISTRICT CONFERENCES 

DISTRICT 2. GROUP 2 Mrs. Pauline Whittington, Chairperson $ 99.00 

DISTRICT 3. GROUP 1 Mrs. Jettie M. Lucas, Chairperson 

Senior $2235.00 

Young Adult 723.00 

Youth 618.0 

TOTAL $3576.00 

DISTRICT 3, GROUP 2 Mrs. Prudence L. Johnson, Chairperson 

Senior $162.00 

Young Adult 37.50 

Youth 33.50 

TOTAL $233.00 

DISTRICT 4, GROUP 1 Mrs. Chattie Winfield, Chairperson 

Senior $149.50 

Young Adult 67.00 

Youth 67.00 

TOTAL $283.50 

DISTRICT 4, GROUP 2 Mrs. Marian H. Bass, Chairperson $ 99.00 

DISTRICT 4, GROUP 3 Mrs. Lala W. Williams, Chairperson $199.00 

DISTRICT 5, GROUP 1 Mrs. Hazel F. McLean, Chairperson 

Senior $190.00 

Young Adult 150.00 

Youth 80.00 

TOTAL $420.00 

DISTRICT 5, GROUP 2 Mrs. Bessie M. Landis, Chairperson $469.81 

DISTRICT 6, GROUP 1 Mrs. Cornelia E. Fennell, Chairperson $153.00 



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DISTRICT 6, 


GROUP 2 - Mrs. Dolores 


F. Moore, Chairperson 




Senior 


$ 24.00 




Young Adult 


135.00 
TOTAL $159.00 


DISTRICT 7, 


GROUP 1 Mrs. Lugenia 


Jones, Chairperson 



Senior $355.21 

Young Adult 106.00 

Youth 75.00 

TOTAL $536.21 

DISTRICT 7, GROUP 2 - Ms. Ethel M. Stanfield, Chairperson 

Senior $1151.47 

Young Adult 172.00 

Youth 131.00 

TOTAL $1454.47 

DISTRICT 8, GROUP 1 - Mrs. Shirley W. Bullock, Chairperson 

Senior $290.00 

Young Adult 60.00 

Youth 45.00 

TOTAL $395.00 

DISTRICT 8, GROUP 2 - Mrs. Bernice Artis, Chairperson 

Senior $199.00 

Young Adult 29.00 

Youth 29.00 

TOTAL $257.00 



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INSTITUES AND WORKSHOPS 

Alexander County Union $100.00 

Antioch, Charlotte 200.00 

Batts Chapel, Tarboro 75.00 

Bear Creek Association 150.00 

Big Macedonia, Supply 200.00 

Brunswick-Waccamaw Auxiliary 100.00 

Buncombe County Union 100.00 

Cedar Grove, Supply 95.00 

Cedar Grove, Whiteville 100.00 

Cooperative Lanes Creek 100.00 

Craven County Union 75.00 

Deep River Association No. 1 125.00 

Edgecomb County Union 100.00 

First, Battleboro 75.00 

First, Selma 200.00 

First, Tarboro 100.00 

Forsyth County Union 100.00 

Franklin County Union 100.00 

Friendship, Southport 200.00 

Gaston County Union - 200.00 

Granville County Union 90.00 

Halifax County Union 75.00 

Iredell County Union 125.00 

Johnston District Baptist Association 1 15.00 

Little Macedonia, Supply 100.00 

Little Prong, Ash 100.00 

Lumber River Baptist Association 200.00 

Mecklenburg County Union 100.00 

Middle District Union (O.E.A.) 600.00 

Middle Ground Roanoke Association 200.00 

Morning Star, Battleboro 100.00 

Mount Gilead, Durham 100.00 

Mount Zion, Longwood 200.00 

Neuse River Association 100.00 

New Era Baptist Association 100.00 

New Hanover County Union 75.00 

New Home & Durham Auxiliary 75.00 

North Hampton Association 100.00 

Ocean View Association „ . 100.00 

Ocean View Association Youth 100.00 

Ocean View Institute 200.00 

Ocean View Junior Union 200.00 

Ocean View Young Adult Union 100.00 

Person County Union 100.00 

Pleasant Grove, Shallotte 100.00 

Pleasant Hill, Supply 100.00 

Pleasant View, Shallotte 100.00 

Roanoke Baptist Missionary Education 164.00 

Robeson County Union 100.00 

Rocky Mount City Union 100.00 

Saint John, Southport 100.00 



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Salem, Charlotte 55.00 

Salem Chapel, Tarboro 100.00 

Salisbury Rowan County 75.00 

Tar River Ministers, Deacons & Laymens Union 100.00 

Union County Cooperative 175.00 

Wayne County Union 100.00 

West Roanoke Baptist Association 100.00 

Western Union Association 100.00 

Whitakers Rural Ministers Conference 65.00 

Wilson Baptist Association 75.00 

Yadkin & Davis Auxiliary 75.00 

Zion Cooperative Association 124.00 

Zion Hill 100.00 

Zion Plain, Nakina 100.00 

PERSONAL AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS 

Mrs. Ethel Alexander, Wilson $ 70.00 

Mrs. Alice Banks, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Patricia Banks, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Teritha Batts, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Lydia Bennett, Wadesboro 23.00 

Mrs. M.L. Branch, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Dr. Priscilla Brodie, Franklinton 216.00 

Rev. Janice Brown, Rocky Mount 10.00 

Mrs. Alice Bryant, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile) 12.00 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Campbell, Fayetteville 15.00 

Mrs. Clara Carter, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Castleberry's Inc 10.00 

Ms. Bettie Chislom, Raleigh 50.00 

Miss Elen Compton, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. G.C. Craven , Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. J.I. Eaton, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Thelma Edwards, Carrboro (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Lucille Evans, Shelby 25.00 

Mrs. Helen Falls, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Pearl Fitts, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

First African Baptist, Goldsboro (Shaw Second Mile Only) 192.00 

Mrs. Blanch Frink, Chadbourn 5.00 

Mr Skyes George, Rocky Mount 5.00 

Mr. J.H. Green, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile 12.00 

Mrs. Lelia Gregory, Taylorsville 100.00 

Mrs. Ethel Griffin, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Miss Jerrye Griffin, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only 12.00 

Mr. & Mrs. Kellon Hall, Lousiburg 5.00 

Mrs. Valerie Harrie, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile only) 12.00 

Dr. Berthenia D. Home, Winston-Salem $1000.00 

Mr. Zollie Harris, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Helen Hines 5.00 

Household of Faith World Outreach Center, Inc 72.00 

Mrs. Janie James, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. Don Jenkins, Tarboro 1.00 



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Miss Carrie B. Johnson, Charlotte 75.00 

Mrs. Beatrice Jones, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. Carter Jones, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Mary Jones, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Myrtle Jones, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Nannie Jones, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Ovella Jones, Shelby 26.00 

Mrs. Lila Judge, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. & Mrs. James Kornegay & Mr. & Mrs. M.G. Faye 25.00 

Mrs. Emma KeHum, Winston-Salem 15.00 

Miss W.B. Lee, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Bessie Landis, Parkton 239. 16 

Mr. R.J. & Mrs. C.P. Lacy, Spring Hope 25.00 

Lisbon Street Baptist, Clinton (Shaw Second Mile Only) 113.00 

Littlefield Baptist, Newton Grove (Shaw Second Mile Only) 6.00 

Mr. Dudley C. Lowe, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Pennie Lowe, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Linda Laney 10.00 

Mrs. Frances McLaughlin, Laurinburg 3.00 

Mrs. E.M. McGregor, Fayetteville 21.65 

Mrs. Ruth Massey, Monroe 46.00 

Miss Mary L. Mills, Washington, D.C 100.00 

Mrs. Mary B. Moore, Rocky Mount 15.00 

Mrs. Clara Y. Motley, Powellsville 365.00 

Mrs. Wyvonia Murray, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Clara W. Nesby, Winston-Salem 32.00 

Mrs. Celia Packingham, Graham 5.00 

Mrs. Bernice Parker, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Leah W. Parker, Newton Grove (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Bunea Peace, Henderson, (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. L.L. Peace, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Dona Perry, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Dr. R.W. Perry, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Helen Peters, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Mary Philson, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. Jerry Pierce, Rocky Mount 1.00 

Mrs. Ethel Rhodes, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. E.V. Robinson, Clinton 2.00 

Mrs. Christina Sharp, Kelford 365.00 

Mrs. K.C. Smart, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. Fletcher Sanders, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. JY. Mims Sanders, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Inez Shaw, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Elvia Smith, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Leola E. Smith, Autryville 57.00 

Mr. Archie Taylor, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Loudella Taylor, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Mary Thompson, Jacksonville (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. George Vaughan, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. R.I. Vaughan, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mr. R.I. Vaughan, Jr., Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Tessie Vaughan, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 



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Mrs. Ada Walker, Winston-Salem (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Ada Williams, Tarboro 1.00 

Mrs. Carrie E. Williams, Henderson 10.00 

Mrs. H.B. Williams, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. Richardean Wilson, Henderson (Shaw Second Mile Only) 12.00 

Mrs. G.W. Woods, Greensboro 50.00 



SPECIAL WORKERS' FINANCIAL REPORT 

Alexander County. Mrs. Leila Gregory $50.00 

Buncombe County, Mrs. Marye McDaniel 50.00 

Cleveland County, Mrs. Rosalie Garven 100.00 

East Cumberland County, Mrs. Annie Fort 50.00 

Edgecomb County, Mrs. Lucy Gray 32.13 

Gaston County, Mrs. Margaret Whiteside 375.00 

Gaston County, Mrs. Dorothy Feemster 695.00 

Granville County, Mrs. Roberta Gilreath 25.00 

New Hanover County, Mrs. Beatrice Newell 504.90 

Saint Delight, Mrs. Minerva Evans 50.00 

Sampson County Upper, Mrs. Comey Bennett 25.00 

Vance County, Mrs. J.N. Sanders 170.00 

Wakefield Baptist, Mrs. Rochelle Merritt 21.64 

Wayne County, Mrs. Bernice Artis 380.69 

BAPTIST ASSEMBLY YEAR ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mrs. Louise Davis, Miss Willie J. Lee 

Mrs. Mattie Brown, Charlotte $40.00 

Mrs. Louise Davis, Laurinburg (Reported) 793.25 

Deacon's Wives of Union County 10.00 

Mrs. Mamie Faison, Clinton 25.00 

CENTRAL ORPHANAGE YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE NO. 1 

Chairperson Mrs. Irma Kirkpatrick 

Antioch, Charlote $ 67.51 

Ms. Jacqueline Acey 10.00 

Mrs. Ella Bellamy, New Bern 20.00 

Mrs. Mable Bradley, Whiteville 10.00 

Mrs. Lucille Britten, High Point 10.00 

Mrs. Eula English, Greensboro (Reported) 372.00 

Harshaw Grove, Randleman 10.00 

Mrs. Clara Hmes, New Bern 20.00 

Dr. Berthenia home, Winston-Salem 300.00 

Mrs. Ida House, Winston Salem 20.00 

Mrs. Irma Kirkpatrick, Charlotte 50.00 

Mrs. Nola Knuckles, Asheville 25.00 

Providence, Greensboro 30.00 

mrs. Mayme Stephens, Whiteville 10.00 

Mrs. Mamie Tutt, Winston Salem 35.00 

Ms. Rose Vines, Greensboro 6.00 



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CENTRAL ORPHANAGE YEAR ROUND COMMITTEE NO. 2 

Chairpersons Mesdames Marea E. Singletary, O.H. Brodie 

Mrs. O.H. Brodie. Franklinton (Reported) $ 558.50 

Mrs. O.H. Brodie. Mrs. Marea Singletary (Reported) 656.00 

Deep River Auxiliary Union 20.00 

Deep River Woman's Convention 50.00 

Edwards Grove, Liberty 20.00 

Mrs. Narcissa Holmes, New York 50.00 

Mrs. Nola Knuckles, Asheville 10.00 

Mrs. Eva Mason, New York 5.00 

Mrs. Nellie Morgan. New York Mout Olive, Moncure 15.00 

New Bensalem, Rohbms 30.00 

Saint John. Climax 50.00 

Mrs. Marea E. Singletary, Sanford 50.00 

Sixth Avenue, Siler City 100.00 

MINISTERS' WIVES FELLOWSHIP 

Mrs. Bronnie Daniels, Winston-Salem $10.00 

Mrs. Mabel Freeman. Charlotte 10.00 

Mrs. Grace Garrett, Lexington 10.00 

Mrs. Cleo Hamnght, Charlotte (Reported) 805.00 

Mrs. Thelma Horton, Goldsboro 30.00 

Johnston District Union 50.00 

Mrs. Hazel Mumford, Kinston 10.00 

Mrs. E.V. Robinson, Clinton 10.00 

Mrs. Drucilla Smith 10.00 

NURSES' GUILD 

Mrs. Quessie Brown. Charlotte $ 5.00 

Mrs. Bessie Cowan, Charlotte 5.00 

Mrs. Robbie Diggs, Charlotte 5.00 

Mrs. Daisy Dixon, Charlotte 5.00 

Ebenezer Baptist, Charlotte 25.00 

Mrs. LaVerne George, Whiteville 5.00 

Mrs. Doshia Harris, Charlotte 5.00 

Mrs. Levons Kendall 5.00 

Mrs. Pearl Littlejohn, Charlotte 1 .00 

Mrs. Elizabeth McGills 5.00 

Mrs. Guilia Motley, Charlotte 1 0.00 

Mount Peace Nurses' Guild, Charlotte 20.00 

Mrs. Johnnie Oliphant 5.00 

Mrs. Stella Quince, Charlotte 1.00 

Ms. Lucinda Satterwhite, Charlotte 5.00 

Mrs. Mattie Thomas, Charlotte 5.00 

Mrs. Ruth White, Charlotte 5.00 

DEACONS' WIVES YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mesdames Lacy Patterson, Abbie Clyburn, Myrtle Harrison, and W.A 

Mountain 

Antioch, Charlotte $ 50.00 



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Cleveland County Woman's Auxiliary 50.00 

Mrs. Henry Clyburn, Winston-Salem (Reported) 783.00 

Deacons' Wives of Union County 30.00 

District Conference 3, Group 1 100.00 

Ebenezer Baptist, Charlotte 50.00 

Friendship Baptist, Fayetteville 20.00 

Mrs. Lois Howell, Waxhaw 50.00 

Mrs. Annie Lewis, Winston-Salem 50.00 

Johnston District Union 50.00 

Lewis Chapel, Fayetteville 34.00 

Mount Peace Deacons' Wives 50.00 

Mrs. L.M. Pettiford, Oxford 50.00 

Union County Union 100.00 

FOREIGN MISSION YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mesdames Roxanna Pitts, Georgia Thompson 

Mrs. Ethel Brim, Winston-Salem $40.00 

Ms. Aline Davis 5.00 

Ms. Eddye Fogle 25.00 

Ms. Edna Garrett 5.00 

Ms. Margaret Green 10.00 

Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton 50.00 

Ms. Christine Hawley 5.00 

Ms. Almeana Hinton 5.00 

Ms. Meaner Moore 5.00 

Mount Peace Auxiliary Choir 50.00 

Ms. Sadie Page 5.00 

Ms. Ruby Philyaw 10.00 

Mrs. Roxanne Pitts, Winston-Salem (Reported) 607.49 

Mrs. Carrie Roberson 100.00 

Ms. Louise Sims 5.00 

Ms. Evada Sleigh 5.00 

Miss Ethel Stanfield, Durham 50.00 

Mrs. Georgia Thompson 40.00 

Mr. Ollie White 6.00 

Ms. Annie Wilkerson 5.00 

Ms. Essie Wilson, Winston-Salem 25.00 

CORA PAIR THOMAS 
YEAR ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chaipersons - Mesdames Amaza Davis, Ruby Allen, Lillian Hall 

Antioch Baptist, Goldsboro $ 5.00 

Augusta Chapel, Goldsboro 5.00 

Mrs. Amaza Davis, Ahoskie (Reported) 726.06 

First African, Goldsboro 10.00 

Hilly Branch, Lumberton 30.00 

Hooks Grove, Pikeville 10.00 

Mrs. Mary Jones, Fayetteville 20.00 

Ms. Mary Mills, Washington, D.C 25.00 

Mount Calvary, Goldsboro 10.00 

Mount Pleasant, Goldsboro 10.00 

Saint Stephen. Goldsboro 30.00 



WOMAN'S BAPTIST HOME & FOREIGN MISSIONARY CONVENTION 169 
LEPER COLONY YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE 

Chairpersons - Mesdames Ethel C. Rhodes, Janie James 

Antioch Baptist, Goldsboro $ 10.00 

Augusta Chapel, Goldsboro 5.00 

Mrs. Lena G. Daniels, Franklinton 50.00 

First African, Goldsboro 10.00 

Ms. Donnie Graham, Bladenboro 15.00 

Mrs. Marie Harding, Garysburg 82.50 

Mrs. Mable Hester, Bladenboro 25.00 

Hooks Grove, Pikeville 10.00 

Martin County Union 1 17.00 

Mount Calvary, Goldsboro 10.00 

Mount Pleasant, Goldsboro 10.00 

Mrs. Ethel C. Rhodes, Henderson (Reported) 852.00 

Shady Grove, Mt. Olive 10.00 

Miss Ethel Stanfield, Durham 75.00 

STATE MISSIONS YEAR-ROUND COMMITTEE NO. 2 

Chairperson - Miss Cornelia E. Fennell 

Ms. C.E. Fennell, Williard (Reported) $ 344.61 

Peters Tabernacle, Wallace 35.00 

SHAW UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE NO. 2 

Chairpersons • Mesdames Mildred Sturdivant, Mildred Best 

Ms. Caldonia Bethea, Hamlet (Reported) $ 344.61 

Deacons' Wives of Union County 10.00 

Mrs. Eva Johnson, Salisbury 10.00 

Mrs. Mildred Sturdivant, Marshville (Reported) 2667.00 



A-l MISSIONARY CIRCLES 

District 2, Group 2 



Mount Carmel 
First Baptist 
New Damascus 
Pleasant Hill 
Emmanuel 



N 



Taylorsville 
Wilkesboro 
Wilkesboro 
N. Wilkesboro 



District 3, Group 1 



Friendship 

Gold Hill 

First Baptist (West) 

First Mount Zion 

New Hope 

New Zion 

Tabernacle 



Gastonia 
Stanley 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 



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Chestnut Grove 
First Baptist 
First Calvary 
Mount Zion 

Emmanual 
First Baptist 
New Bethel 
Shiloh 

Union Baptist 
Mount Sinai 
Zion 



District 3, Group 2 



District 4, Group 1 



Statesville 

Statesville 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 
Eden 
Reidsville 



District 4, Group 2 



First Baptist 
Gethsemane 
Locust Grove 
Mount Vernon 
Providence 
Shiloh 

Edwards Grove 
Harshaw Grove 



Burlington 

Greensboro 

Brown Summit 

High Point 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Liberty 

Randleman 



First Baptist 



West Rocky Ford 
Galilee 
Antioch 
Friendship 



District 4, Group 3 
District 5, Group 1 



Chapel Hill 



Wadesboro 

Oakboro 

Monroe 

Monroe 



District 5, Group 2 



First Baptist 
First Baptist 
Friendship 
Gray's Creek 
Second Baptist 
Swan's Creek 
First Baptist 
First Baptist 
First Baptist 



Fayetteville 

Stedman 

Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 

Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 

Fairmont 

Lumberton 

Parkton 



Lisbon Street 

Littlefield 

Roseville 



District 6, Group 1 



Glinton 

Newton Grove 

Willard 



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District 6, Group 2 



Friendship 
Little Prong 
Mount Zion 
Pleasant Grove 
Pleasant View 
Cherry Grove 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Olive 
Mount Zion 
Zion Plain 
Macedonia 



Southport 

Ash 

Long 

Thomasville 

Shallotte 

Whiteville 

Chadbourn 

Whiteville 

Chadbourn 

Nakina 

Wilmington 



District 7, Group 1 



Johston Piney Grove 
First Calvary 
First Cosmopolitan 
Malaby's Cross Road 
Wakefield 
Watts Chapel 



Clayton 
Sanford 

Raleigh 

Knightdale 

Zebulon 

Raleigh 



Mount Gilead 
Mount Level 
Mount Vernon 
Haywood Chapel 
Mitchell 



District 7, Group 2 



Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Louisburg 

Louisburg 



Nelson Chapel 
Oak Grove 
New Bethel 
Shiloh 



Louisburg 

Oxford 

Henderson 

Henderson 



Metropolitan 
Saint James 
First Baptist 



District 8, Group 1 



Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount 

Weldon 



Saint Delight 
Eureka First Baptist 
Hooks Grove 
Mount Calvary 
Mount Pleasant 
Shady Grove 



District 8, Group 2 



Walstonburg 

Eureka 

Pikeville 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Mount Olive 



District 10, Group 1 



Gaston Baptist 



Gaston 



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A-l UNIONS 



Anson County Union 
Cleveland County Union 
Columbus County Union 
Durham County Union 
East Cumberland County Union 
Franklin County Union 
Gaston County Union 
Granville County Union 
Halifax County Union 
Mecklenburg County Union 



New Hanover County Union 
Robeson County Union 
Rockingham County Union 
Rocky Mount City-Wide Union 
Rowan County Union 
Sampson County Union (Lower) 
Sampson County Union (Upper) 
Union County Union 
Wayne County Union 
Wilson County Union 



A-l AUXILIARIES 



East Cedar Grove Federation 

Hammonds Creek • Bladen County Union No.l 

Johnson District Bapt. Assoc. Union 

Mount Peace 

Mud Creek 



New Era 
New Hope 
Union Baptist 
Zion 



THE SEVEN (7) STEWARDSHIP CIRCLES 



Shiloh, Winston-Salem 
Saint Paul, Charlotte 
First Baptist, Franklinton 
United Metropolitan 
First Baptist, Winston-Salem 
Mount Vernon, Durham 
First Baptist, Fayetteville 



$3,28.72 
2,907.06 
2,738.78 
2,708.36 
2,642.27 
2,629.00 
2,573.00 



THE FOUR (4) BEST STEWARDSHIP UNIONS 



Forsyth County Union 
Gaston County Union 
Franklin County Union 
Durham County Union 



$11,734.50 
5,459.25 
5,042.50 
2,930.10 



THE FOUR (4) BEST STEWARDSHIP AUXILIARIES 



Mount Peace 

Rowan 

Ebenezer 

Mountain and Catawba 



$5,878.92 
5,107.00 
4,854.05 
3,311.48 



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THE FOUR (4) BEST STEWARDSHIP DISTRICT 
CONFERENCES 



District 3, Group 1, Mrs. Jettie M. Lucas $3,576.00 

District 7, Group 2, Miss Ethel M. Stanfield 1,454.47 

District 7, Group 1, Mrs. Lugenia M. Jones 536.21 

District 5, Group 1, Mrs. Hazel F. McLean 426.00 



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